This was fun! Nothing groundbreaking but it's a well made supernatural horror about consequences of granting a wish. The story is pretty simple with effective scares, decent effects, and great use of a single location. Set in the late 80s, it's a nice throwback hearing those synth tunes. The kid's performance was spectacular although he's questionable at first and I dug the overall feel, it's very eerie and spooky. The ending was great and very unexpected! It did feel a bit too long for the story it had. I wish they did the flashbacks differently, yes they're important but felt too repetitive in this film.
This movie surprised me. The kid is good. Appears to have some good acting chops. The movie itself was suspenseful and interesting enough just not that great.
How I rate:1-3 :heart: = seriously! don't waste your time4-6 :heart: = you may or may not enjoy this7-8 :heart: = I expect you will like this too9-10 :heart: = movies and TV shows I really love!
they could have done a lot more with the Djinn and/or past trauma, even in the single location, but they didnt. the kid actor did the best job he could with the material, it was just boring and bland.
Skip to the 82nd minute and you should be fine. Lamest horror movie in the history of lame movies. Who the fuck even makes garbage like this !!
Decent small set horror which punches way above its budget to deliver a solid 90 minutes of spookiness and tension. Nothing ground breaking but very good for what it is. Between this and The Boy Behind The Door, Ezra Dewey is making quite a name for himself in the indie horror scene. Good stuff.