Comedy horror isn't the easiest genre to get right. You have to get the balance right between the comedy and the horror, and you have to have actors who have the skill to pull it off. This has neither, so the film comes across as a bit schizophrenic. The comedy takes away the impact of the scary parts and horror makes some of the comedy seem distasteful. It's an entertaining enough romp, but has more than it's fair share of cringey moments and is unlikely to scare anyone. Ok to watch if there really is nothing else to see, but wouldn't recommend it. It's all a bit lightweight and muddled.
A malevolent, murderous spirit infects the souls of living hosts, claiming new victims like an occult virus. A year ago, MAYA held her best friend, SAMANTHA, in her arms as she lay dying; killed by this evil entity. But the diabolic Visitant didn't die with her friend - it "leaped" into Maya and has been harassing her ever since. Determined not to pass the spirit on, Maya has endured its abuse and avoided human contact, but when she accidentally touches an unsuspecting neighbor, LESLIE, the terror begins again. Almost immediately, hair-raising paranormal attacks begin. First Leslie is afflicted; she then inadvertently passes the spirit on to her older daughter, AMANDA, who is discovered speaking to the ghost in her sleep. The returning Visitant is getting stronger. The horror escalates when Leslie's younger daughter SARAH gets "infected"; she is imaginative, strong, and innocent - exactly what the entity is seeking. It completely subjugates the child's will. Sarah is even driven to ...
Uploaded By: FREEMAN
April 24, 2021 at 09:28 PM