The other title Bewailing is quite appropriate as you would be bewailing if you see this movie till the end. Absolutely lazy pace, nothing much happens throughout, an insect is shown a few times. What's worse is the movie ends at a similar point where it started(the parasite is ready to start the infestation through stuffed toys again). It's like if you watched the first few minutes and don't bother to watch the rest, you won't be missing anything because it's gonna end up at the same place. Only thing is wastage of time and much annoyance can be avoided.
I fast forwarded through most part, still felt cheated of my time.
Beth (Sarah Navratil), Jack (Kevin Patrick Murphy) and their young daughter Meg (Maple Suttles) are a loving but struggling family who have recently relocated to a deceased family member's home due to Beth's past drug addiction which has left deep emotional and financial strains on her marriage and cost her a beloved teaching job. After Meg suffers a traumatic accident and develops extreme separation anxiety to her mom, Beth and Jack grow even more estranged. One thing they do agree upon though is that Meg needs more help than her school counselor Ash (Drez Ryan) can provide. As Meg's behavior becomes more erratic and her attachment to her stuffed bear Ricky and her mom grows, Beth begins to suspect that something more sinister is happening within her family. When Jack and their family friend Marisa (Dee Wallace) begin to exhibit signs of attachment to Meg and also to one another, Beth's concerns become increasingly paranoid. Beth is haunted by nightmarish visions of parasitic creatures that threaten to engulf her family and her sanity. Beth is soon thrust into a world of emotional dependency and horror as the people she loves and trusts most push her into a chasm of drug addiction, self-destruction, and maternal sacrifice.
Uploaded By: FREEMAN
July 08, 2021 at 06:28 PM