Wish Upon
Overall 2

Wish Upon This is one of those films I that is hard for me to classify…With that said, it is under the “Horror” genre much like Troll 2 was. Yes it has some minor jumps here and there but it lacks in every sense of the word Horror. I will not bore you with the ..

Summary 2.0 poor

Wish Upon

Wish Upon

This is one of those films I that is hard for me to classify…With that said, it is under the “Horror” genre much like Troll 2 was. Yes it has some minor jumps here and there but it lacks in every sense of the word Horror. I will not bore you with the plot, well because if you can’t figure it out from the trailer then there is just no helping you, yes it is that shallow. From a film that plotted around making wishes, I wished this would have been a short film and in a way it could have very well been a pretty good one at that. But by the end of 89 minutes most of the audience wished for a refund. There is a silver lining if I may say. For as bad as this film is it might just be one of those films that fails up as many cult classics have in the past, hence my mention of Troll 2.

2 out 10

by Hiram Trillo

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