A soporific ghost story about a young woman (Sarah Michelle Gellar) returning to the small Texas town where she was traumatized as an 11-year-old. The spookiest motif is a soaring phrase from Patsy Cline’s “Sweet Dreams” that repeats endlessly on a scratched album, though whenever I heard it I couldn’t help noticing that the loop far exceeded the longest revolution of a 12-inch LP. In this movie even the records take too long. With Sam Shepard, Adam Scott, and J.C. MacKenzie. PG-13, 85 min.