The Prodigy review – exceptional qualities amiss
So, it seems that Georgie was never the same after he emerged from the sewer Pennywise pulled him into. The Prodigy is directed by Nicholas McCarthy, who has shown a preference for making horror films with his previous titles The Pact and At the Devil's Door. Writing credit goes to Jeff Buhler, the man behind the new adaptation of George R. R. Martin's Nightflyers, and the screenplay for the upcoming Pet Sematary remake. On the night that a serial killer is gunned down by the police, Sarah (Taylor Schilling) gives birth to a baby boy named Miles (played by Georgie actor Jackson Robert Scott). By the age of eight, Miles has demonstrated a high level of intelligence, but he is also starting to act strangely, much to the concern of his mother and father (Peter Mooney). Once her child starts to get violent and displays a sadistic level of immorality, Sarah enlists the help of therapist Arthur Jacobson (Colm Feore), who discovers that Miles may share a disturbing connection to the