While I appreciate a horror film that tries to hit on current societal topics (the best ones hit the nail on the head) this film just isn’t one of those. A misguided attempt at the computer age is bogged down with cheap “scares” and unlikeable characters. Film writer/director Jacob Chase’s wife works with children on the spectrum, which does help lend some realism to the main character, a little boy named Oliver (Azhy Robertson). But the rest just feels predictable and somewhat boring.
While the information isn’t readily available online, it looks as if the film is sampled from a 2K DI for this Blu-Ray release. There is nothing especially good or bad about the release, just a slightly lower-res reproduction of the limited theatrical run the film had in 2020.
While I wish I could recommend this, I really don’t. Some may find some fun in it, but it just simply did nothing to win me over.
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