"Wait Till Helen Comes" is a 2016 supernatural horror film that adapts the novel of the same name written by Mary Downing Hahn. Directed by Dominic James, the film follows the story of a family that relocates to a converted church situated in the picturesque countryside. Their idyllic new surroundings, however, take a dark turn as the family begins to experience unsettling and supernatural phenomena.
The central character is a young girl named Heather, who becomes the focal point of the supernatural occurrences. She starts communicating with the ghostly figure of a girl named Helen, and as the plot unfolds, the family is drawn into a mystery that involves the spectral presence of Helen and the secrets surrounding her tragic past.
The film explores themes of family dynamics, the paranormal, and the consequences of unresolved issues from the past. It combines elements of horror and suspense as the family tries to unravel the mysteries surrounding Helen and the haunted history of their new home. The narrative builds tension as the supernatural events escalate, leading to a climax that reveals the truth behind Helen's ghostly presence.