I figured out that if you took the premise and basic framework of the plot, threw out most of the eye-roll dialogue, write characters who are at least sympathetic and intelligent enough so you don't want them to die, actually have a backstory that consists of more than some vague allusion to "a curse" (by whom? What kind? Why? When? Jeez, give me *something*, for god's sake), spend another thousand dollars or so for better special effects and hire ACTORS, for god's sake, at least for your three principal characters or at least better than, Somebody's Girlfriend, Man Who Emotes With His Nostrils and That Invisible Mousy Chick From High School Drama Class Who Always Ended Up Doing Wardrobe or Playing a Child in a Non-Speaking Role. If nothing else, at LEAST have a few characters with an IQ that hovers somewhere above room temperature...because it's not scary if you don't give a s*** about the characters. The second star I give only because 1) I'm a sucker for folk horror and 2) the version in my head was pretty entertaining. I'd give that four stars, at least.
PS If I were Polish, I'd be pissed.