I Still See You
In the post-apocalypse where deceased people show up as apparitions knows as Remnants, Roni (Bella Thorne) sees the ghost of her father (Shaun Benson). When another Remnant communicates with her by writing the word "Run" on her bathroom mirror, she joins her fellow classmate, Kirk (Richard Harmon), investigate the mysterious warning. They seek help from a scientist (Dr. Martin Steiner) and their high school teacher, Mr. Bittner (Dermot Mulroney).
I Still See You is the kind of dull, lazy and forgettable sci-fi horror/thriller, i.e. They, that Dimension used to churn out year after year without screening for the reviewing press. The screenplay by Jason Fuchs, based on the novel Break My Heart One Thousand Times by Daniel Waters, suffers from stilted dialogue, poorly executed exposition, awkward editing and characters who never come to life enough for you to care about whether or not they survive. There's not a single scary, creepy or surprising scene to be found here, and you can feel the wheels of the screenplay turning. Bella Thorne is a decent actress, but she fails to rise above the material and gives a very bland performance. It's no help that the screenplay becomes increasingly preposterous, silly and convoluted. If it were fun, witty or campy in some way, that would've been forgivable, but there's nothing remotely diverting about I Still See You. Just when you think the film can't take a further nosedive, the messy third act comes along to prove you wrong. I Still See You is such an underwhelming, shallow and asinine disappointment that you'll end up wishing you could unsee it.