What is the world coming to…
This film has currently been voted up to a 6.9 on IMDb…
6 point fucking 9 out of 690 votes!!!!
The filmmakers must have A LOT of friends out there willing to lie for them (name and shame: Joseph Mazzaferro and Jospeh D. Thomas).
I don’t really know where to start here, and I’m a little pissed off that this movie currently manages to pull the wool over the eyes of so many people…
Because it’s shit.
It’s so shit, I could probably just write this introduction to the review…and leave it at that!
Okay, let’s start with the title of the movie: ‘Real Cases of Shadow People The Sarah McCormick Story’.
Maybe a little bit long…but hey…why not make it longer?
Yeah, let’s try something like: ‘Three of The Most Irritating Pricks You’ll Ever Meet Stuck In a Car Having Some of the Most Childish Conversations Known to Man & They ALL Die in The End!’
Seriously, this movie actually goes on for 1 hour and 47 minutes!
I mean…what in the name of fuck biscuits were they thinking?
Maybe if it’s a long movie…people will believe we’re real filmmakers!!!!!!
You can’t polish a turd guys…and this is one almighty shit heap!
Let’s just get the plot over with, and the conclusion done, because I feel I’m dirtying my site by just having this article on here.
Three students went missing in October 2018. Sarah McCormick, Kyle Miller, Joseph Moore. Authorities have now come forward with the information that video surveillance was found inside of the abandoned Yost home that shows the crews last few moments documenting the Shadow People before their mysterious disappearance.
Thank fuck for that, let’s just get this thing over and done with…
This was shite.
A full hour and a half being stuck in a car with three of the most irritating mother fuckers ever to be placed on screen is bad enough…but then to sit through a hurried and pathetic paranormal conclusion was the icing on the cake really!
I’ve got plenty of American mates, had them for years now…and NONE of them act like these three retards.
Seriously, if you’re trying to promote your country in any way…it’s best you give these three the lethal injection (or gas chamber…what do they use in Texas these days?).
All in all a complete embarrassment to the genre, and the film industry.
A shame really because some of the ‘side actors’ were actually quite decent, and some of the cinematography was also well shot.
But this was something that should have stayed within the confines of Adobe Premiere Pro…
What prick hit the ‘Render’ button?