The Force may have been with him once, but it has long since deserted Mark Hamill, whose film career since Star Wars has failed to live up to his voice-acting one (Batman: Mask Of The Phantasm et al).
This low-budget home-grown horror isn’t going to change that, alas.
Featuring a cast of familiar Brits, it pivots on some supernatural guff about an ancient vase that's playing murderous havoc with passenger's minds.
It's perfectly competent stuff but far too derivative and clunky (both acting and script) to be anything more than a time-waster.
Luke Skywalker deserves better than this.