Starring: Mischa Barton, Devon Sawa, Michael Clarke Duncan, J. Michael Trautmann, Stuart Stone, Nick Jandl, Matthew Willig, Alanna Janell, Morgan Wolk and Brenden Meers
Here We Go: Some creepy kid's brother is killed in a hit-and-run and a group of teens are basically herded together as the possessed body of the dead brother comes back to take his revenge. What a horribly stupid movie. There are only a handful of people in the film, which may have saved the production company money but it made the credibility of the movie suffer. You mean to tell me that ONE sheriff does the work of the entire department? And students can just be held indefinitely by a school psychologist in a classroom, while the one absurd sheriff goes and talks to a witch? Sure, why not. And I guess that's why it makes complete sense that when (spoiler alert) Mischa Barton's character finds someone dead she backs out of the room and freaks out because she can't find her cell phone. After all, why would ANY of the phones in any of the offices be an option for calling out. I suppose it's because the ENTIRE town seems to consist of 12 people (all featured in the movie) and she needed to access her address book to find an out-of-towner to come save the day. One last thing - Mischa Barton can't act and she should focus on learning to do something where she might excel, such as factory work or perhaps something in the realm of becoming a minor league baseball mascot.