The trailer wasn’t promising, and all the other reviews I’ve read on this says this movie is garbage (which was my thought watching the trailer). It’s already got a 33% on Rotten Tomatoes. I don’t see that improving much. I know most of us who read this blog are huge Universal fans, and many of us are also horror fans, but just because a movie combines both of those things doesn’t mean it’s any good. Uni AND Blumhouse can put out some real turds. Polishing a turd doesn’t make less a turd.
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