The ship has ghosts, another race of darkness pops up, there is no mention of thirdspace and this was pure cheese. David faces off with ANOTHER race of tremendous evil. There is spastic twitching and the bridge is cheap looking. Neal is cute, the obvious baddie is obvious and this was not that flattering. It was a below adequate distraction with no texture or weight to the unreal and insubstantial VFX.
Nobody professed interest in seeing anymore of this dumbness. There is more bad acting, the baddies have a rubbish name, aliens speak English and there are silly outfits and verbose speeches and sets that look like soundstage constructions.
“They won’t throw you out, not for this.”
“Was that your head? However did that happen?”
“I serve to live.”
“I carry very large things.”
“They found a city 8 miles beneath the surface of the planet. A city billons of years old. Older than anything found before.”
“They waited. But for what?”
“Until they achieve hull-breaching capacity.”
“10% and building fast.”
“Your blood is becoming toxic.”
The gang visit an old mining town named Weaver abandoned in 1948. Unexplained weirdness strands them and more weirdness happens. There is bad acting and a rabid focus on weirdness. This was not strangely ambitious as they face oblivion. The town of Weaver isn’t on any maps. That isn’t a mistake, it’s a warning. There is flat effect acting as they are tormented. The mother is irritating, there is more weirdness and family issues. I hold back empathy for these morons. Hamlin shows off his armpit hair. How many people have vanished in Weaver? How has nobody noticed? This had no fiery vitality just a great deal of hinted ugliness.
“Of course it’s real, it’s on tape.”
“Use it all you want.”
“There is no Weaver.”
“What’s out there now is their offspring all mutated and weird.”
“Space aliens and when they plan to invade.”
“Media induced paranoid delusional nightmares.”
“Big ass spiders.”
“Might steal a car. You want one?”
“Thanks for caring.”
“Just because I’m paranoid doesn’t mean people aren’t following me!”
“You can’t just come in here and oppress me!”