What an awful, awful experience this was. What an awful experiment, if you will. The only reason that I even ventured into watching this movie is because I didn’t have enough time to watch my regularly planned “The Shining” night because it’s Teen Mom Monday. Wow, how basic was that sentence?
Anyway, the whole garbage film felt like a high school student’s first attempt at a horror film. The acting was horrible and wooden and apparently “based on true events.” There was nothing to any of the characters, they were all wooden cardboard cutouts of each other. The scares were sad and weak… even though I rarely get scared during films, this was just a laughable, terrible experience had by all (meaning myself and my dog, Toby).
It was a movie TRYING to be scary while also inserting random Internet memes into the dialogue? It was cringeworthy, every little word they said.
I don’t even know what else to say. I am appalled. It had a budget of $1,200 and it’s 200% obvious. I haven’t actually seen anything else that the writer (and director) has written (and directed) but I don’t plan on adding any of them to my “To Watch” list. At least I know who to avoid…
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