The 3rd Guest
A husband and wife ghost-hunting team, still mourning the loss of their daughter, encounter her in their latest assignment.
Actual garbage hates this garbage
After just 5 minutes, it seems that the movie throws its hands in the air and says “I have no clue”.
The “script”, (was there one really though?) was written AND directed by the same person (Sean Patrick cannon). It was erratic and confusing, as though he was spurting out a bunch of random ideas from his head, but had ZERO way, of liking them together in a cohesive way. Extremely obvious there was no script editor, and if there was-I hope they have another job to fall back on. THAT is how bad it was.
The movie is described as being a couple of ghost hunters who go to a site after the death of her daughter, only to discover that she starts to see her daughter. That is where the writers mission statement begins and ends. There was some very fractured and unfinished/unrefined things about a cult that we were given basically zero information on, leaving more questions than answers – but not in an entertaining intentional and plot driven way. It was “I really don’t understand what is happening right now, or why”.
Literally most of the movie were people not just screaming at each other, but verbally assaulting one another. It was very cringe.
The “acting” is MORE than just abysmal-especially the lead “actress” and the bartender. WAY too over the top and fake, it reminded me of kids in an elementary school play. But worse. Much worse. Sooo much worse. I may be wrong, but have a hunch that these people are family or friends of people who were involved in this project. I mean it when I say that while I was watching, I was actually embarrassed FOR these actors, that is how cringe worthy they were.
The ONLY possible redeemable thing this movie MAY have going for it is that it could be worthy of Rifftrax (Mystery Science Theater)