This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
More like The Yawning in Connecticut.
Despite decent decisions from the editing department and some legitimately disturbing imagery, this is a dull and empty film.
The characters are thin and function more as archetypes than individuals. Our reasons to empathize with the protagonist are as follows:
1. He has cancer.
2. That's it.
At least Kyle Gallner isn't hard to watch perform in his turn as Matt, The Cancer-Having Medium of the Northeast. The same unfortunately can't be said for…