An enigmatic and daring second film from an increasingly more and more compelling up-and-coming auteur, M. Blash's "The Wait" is a dazzling masterwork.
2 sisters (Chloe Sevigny and Jena Malone), their sexually confused teenage brother (Devon Gearhart) and Sevigny's lonely young daughter (Lana Green) are all trying to cope with the very recent death of the family matriarch. Sevigny gets a phone call from a "psychic" claiming the mom will be resurrected. Malone thinks Sevigny is crazy. Is she?
Josh C. Waller's police procedural film "McCanick" is notable for really only one reason: It features one of the last screen performances of the late Cory Monteith from "Glee".
Other than that, it's a slow-moving character piece, mainly focused on Det. Eugene McCanick (David Morse), who is haunted by a case from his past involving a young hustler (Monteith, spending much of the movie wearing a horrendous wig).
Though told by his Captain (Cirian Hinds, not even trying to hide…
I second everything Corey "Goon" Pierce said even though I liked it more than he did. Listen, this movie has been overhyped and overrated like crazy. This is not revolutionary, "game changing" filmmaking, it's just a pretty darn solid popcorn horror-comedy with good performances from Whitford, Jenkins and Fran Kranz as well as some cool cameos (although Jodelle Ferland is wasted which should be punishable by law!) I won't spoil the last half hour but the effects were terrible in…