Spellbindingly stupid. As a Sicilian this movie confused me. What accents are these? This movie is a mishmosh of cringey stereotypes, falling back on very bad special effects and extreme excess of jumpscares to remind you this is supposed to be in the horror genre. About 1 hr into it, they stopped trying all together and bring out Strega Nona and tons of screaming and crying ensues. I feel bad for the people with this in their portfolio.
If you have ever been the survivor of a kidnapping, or have escaped a cult, or molestation by a much much much older family member, or fled the systematic abuse by parents, or have ever experienced psychiatric abuse or abuse in a hospital - Do not watch this movie. It is uselessly cruel, pointlessly dehumanizing, and on top of that the acting is shallow. "Elizabeth Harvest" does not deserve your attention. It needs a warning at the start, but that would prevent the director from extending the glorified abuse onto the audience.
Just once I would like to see a movie like this where the person makes wishes that would actually make a difference in the world instead of just their micro-universe centered around high school. Who cares that this random girl gets a couple FENDI purses and a new boyfriend? This is just not an interesting enough story and amounts to an episode of Are You Afraid of the Dark? Or maybe Tales From The Crypt. Anyway, let's pour one out for Ryan Phillippe for being in this mess.
This movie has it all. Probable mold poisoning, lazy first responders, terrible child acting, Slenderman's unimaginative cousin, a 1:7 jumpscare-to-minute ratio, eerie children's drawings, and oblivious parents lacking basic human interactive skills. My favorite part was when the husband (who can't hold down a job) tells the wife that she oughta put a lid on the "crazy" because they just can't afford it right now. Afterward, she practically has a stroke in front of her clients, and her boss screams at her on the phone that she embarrassed the company. No wait my favorite moment was when a hazmat team was collecting an entire flock of suicidal starlings off the lawn, but the two teenage boys were playing with the dead bird bodies right in front of the mom. An absolute classic, definitely a must for Bad Movie Bingo.