Directed by Brandon Christensen. Written by Christensen and Colin Minihan. Starring Keegan Connor Tracy, Jett Klyne, Sean Rogerson, Sara Canning, Chandra West, Luke Moore and Stephen McHattie.
Plot: a family finds themselves terrorized by their son’s imaginary friend.
A seemingly ordinary child, Joshua (Klyne), “develops” an imaginary friend named Z. As he spends more time with Z, his behavior at school becomes more rambunctious and he’s suspended. He blames it all on Z, so they take him to a Dr. Seager (McHattie) to get to the bottom of it. Then, Beth (Tracy), Josh’s mom swears she sees Z. And it is not pretty.
While the acting was good and the effects were great, the rest of the movie was quite predictable and had no real point. There was no motive, no rules, no Freddy Claws and the story turned out to be terrible. It just wasn’t for us. At all.
Our score: 20.