Writer-director Lucky McKee's darkly clever notion that tragic hipsters doing their second-hand damnedest to be weird are thoroughly unprepared to handle someone who truly is
weird gets bogged down in a listless narrative and one-dimensional characterizations. May Canady is ostracized as a child because she has an eye patch and a loony mother (Merle Kennedy). "If you can't find friends," Mom advises, her voice vibrating with brittle cheer, "make them." And so May's only friend is Susie, a pasty-faced display doll (look, but don't touch!) handmade by mom and creepy enough to join the PUPPETMASTER gang. Now in her 20s, veterinary assistant May (Angela Bettis, wh...