Director: Ciarán Foy
Year Released: 2018
A little boy (Charlie Shotwell) who is allergic to air (?) and needs a biohazard suit to walk around outside is sent by his parents to an "experimental" facility (run by Lili Taylor) to be 'cured' but the 'treatments' appear to keep making him sicker. Runs the gamut of standard horror elements for the first two acts - jump-scares, bodies dragged across the floor, the usual haunted house stuff - but then in its last act it flips things upside down (literally), which I found to be a pretty clever move ... and one that explains why Sadie Sink's fire-starter keeps hanging around the facility. Still aggravating (to me): the sound of little kids uncontrollably screaming ... it's like the elementary school lunch room from Hell.