N.B. Reviews are often for notes.
Unfortunately ends up feeling like less than the sum of its parts. The positive (Saxon/Day George combo, the Pino Donaggio score, some fun effects) get lost among flat drama scenes with characters we don't really care about and confusing writing (the extent of Day George's possession and how conscious it is, is never really clear). The fun parts are certainly fun but the rest drags and is generally unengaging. A shame for a concept with such promise.