Sorry, twitterverse, this movie’s title is a spoiler. You’ll also never believe what happens at the end of The Sixth Sense.
This movie is weird as hell. Is that enough of a selling point? I immediately fell in love with this for being so strange and weird and fun and remember it being an hours long universe building mind trip, but it’s 100 minutes long.
After a party, Chase wakes to discover is friend, John, is missing. After getting some mysterious phone calls from what appears to be a clairvoyant John, Chase sets on a mission to solve the mystery of the new drug, “soy sauce,” and save the planet from what might be an otherworldly, sinister force. Along the way, he encounters ghost hunters, evil beings, and maybe an alternative universe or two. This movie takes you so many places, you will honestly feel both older and revitalized by the end of it.
Told by Chase to a reporter, the transcendence of a linear timeline in the plot is stacked with non-linear story telling, and it’s used with careful purpose. Watching the level headed Chase transform throughout the narrative via his own telling is relateable enough to have you wonder if you’d, you know, hunt ghosts or whatever.
In the same way you fell for the “whatever is going on,” weirdness of Dirk Gentley, you’ll fall for this. You will spend some time trying to reason the transcendence of space and time, and ultimately land on having a great time.
Great if you liked: Dirk Gentley’s Holistic Detective Service, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, A Scanner Darkly, Bubba Ho Tep, Tucker and Dale vs Evil, Phantasm.