Stephanie Review

Stephanie (2017) Movie Review By Steve Wilkins

Stephanie Review
Director: Akiva Goldsman
Writers: Ben Collins, Luke Piotrowski (screenplay)
Stars: Shree Crooks, Frank Grillo, Anna Torv

A mysterious occurrence finds young Stephanie (Shree Crooks) home alone fending for herself.  Amid the day and night, strange events take place but young Stephanie seems completely comfortable amid the drama and has developed a routine day to day to avoid the “monster”.  One night her randomly parents show up surprised she’s still alive and well.

Over time through some news coverage and flashbacks its unveiled some kind of invasion had taken place. There are some decent creepy moments and a few shockers within the story which in time becomes predictable but still worth it as the biggest mystery to it all is Stephanie herself. Take some time, pop up a bowl to snack on and enjoy this solid Blumhouse product.

Grade: A

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