The life of three siblings, who after the death of their father, return to the house of their ancestors, where they struggle against facing an evil creature that searches for the magical keys they find and give them superpowers, has been changed completely.
It's twist-filled, exciting, and really touching, too. The show isn't perfect, but the audience grows to love spending time with the Locke family thanks to the central cast's affecting performances, and they'll leave you hungry for more.
The supporting cast is cluttered with unconvincing characters and the plot... doesn't bear scrutiny. But the special effects are great and the notion of keys twisted in the back of your neck unleashing special powers is a beguiling one.
Quite handsomely made, with some brilliant visual effects, but several episodes in neither the characters nor the dialogue have begun to sparkle, the obligatory high-school storylines feel tired, and the whole thing seems uncannily devoid of humour.