We live here in a terrifying adventure that seems even more dangerous. The story tells of a man returning after his father's death in order to visit his mother. The story begins as Aaron returns home to help his stricken mother and face his past. Perhaps, as time goes on, things change just as Aaron tries to unlock his father's possessions and discover something more mysterious than it seems in a terrifying story.
Wish is strangely contemplative in its attempt to shine an eerie light on the mysteries of death and estrangement. Woodward's gory gem is more of the psychological horror variety as it adequately taps into the realm of a messy mindset gone haywire.