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Some chapters of Into the Dark have been disasters from the beginning - this is more the case of something that almost comes together but never connects the dots.
I really like the premise. Also, I appreciate the filmmakers' strategy for removing technological aids, which is an inevitable challenge for all horror films set in the modern day.
The chemistry between the characters and the natural humor infused to keep things a little on the lighter side helps to make the film stand out in this anthology series.
Into The Dark goes "back to basics" with School Spirit, an incomplete assignment that attempts to get by on recycling someone else's work. It's not outright bad, nor unwatchable, but "harmless" or "unenthusiastic."
The ending starts off reasonably OK, and ends up being pretty inspired.
By the end, it's clear that School Spirit is a C student content to settle for mediocrity. The same goes for Into the Dark as a whole.