It Comes at Night
It Comes at Night Details
|Title||It Comes at Night|
|Air Date||Jun 09, 2017|
|Networks||Animal Kingdom, A24,|
|Genres||Thriller, Mystery, Horror,|
|Country||United States of America,|
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Engrossing, Haunting, and Stunning
"Do you have any idea what's going on out there?". Early on in director Trey Edward Shults' It Comes at Night, Joel Edgerton's Paul asks Christopher Abbott's Will this question. All Will can do is shake his head. For the majority of the film, the audience is left in the dark as well, with Shults refusing to provide easy answers and instead forcing...
Not a horror at all... but a VERY REALISTIC and EXTREMELY WELL CRAFTED post apocalyptic film
The first thing worth mentioning about this film is that it is not a horror film at all. The film was completely mismarketed as another run of the mill horror film on purpose. This did two things. It secured the film a nation wide theater release which it surely wouldn't have gotten otherwise, and it baited in a larger, more casual audience that w...
"The Only Thing We Have to Fear is Fear Itself"
How do you review a film too challenging to blanketly recommend, but is among the best this year? That's exactly my predicament with It Comes a Night, a movie marketed as a bump-in-the-night scarefest, but in reality is a deathly serious, brutally difficult critique of fear and isolation. Unlike your basic monster / slasher flick, this will distur...
Don't believe the hate. Actually a great movie.
Mild Spoilers ahead.. This is my first time writing a review on IMDb. Let me start off by saying this movie is not a monster movie, it's a suspenseful drama. The movie is advertised as a monster horror film, so I can see why people would be annoyed after seeing this movie. But these people are just angry because they didn't watch the movie they wa...
Deceivingly bad that made the whole movie theater audience leave home upset.
Deception, deception, deception. . Purely for deceiving audience Trey Edward Shults' should be ashamed. False marketing and delusional trailer prepared movie goer for something absolutely different, than this vacuous "thriller". Sure, I get it, the whole beauty according to the critics is the fact that you don't get what you expect, instead you ar...
Anticlimactic and very predictable
Recently, the thriller and horror film genre has been producing A+ work, through films like "Don't Breath" and "Get Out." The pacing of such films builds to different peaks with an ultimate climax that is unexpected, yet enjoyed. "It Comes at Night" failed in this department. . With incredibly strange pacing, the viewer was left waiting for someth...
just embarrassing really
this is the worst movie I've ever seen no one came at night there was no horror and just bad in general mates i mean really now that i think about it there were only 10 characters in the movie and the dog died halfway through how sad also how did this disease even start where did it come from ...
This movie had a 5 million dollar budget, and I feel like 1 million was spent on the movie and the other 4 spent on fake reviews on sites like IMDb. This movie was one of the largest pieces of garbage I have ever seen.. *Spoiler*. Nothing comes at night. If you read the positive reviews for this movie they like to pretend you should imagine what w...
An ambiguous, Lord of the Flies movie
The only problem that stood out to me with this movie was that it was another psych thriller poorly advertised as a monster flick. That said, I wouldn't blame the ads as much in this case because, for one it COULD be a monster flick and secondly the people in the theater with me that had complaints about the movie were all playing on their phones/...
Refreshingly dark horror
David Lynch meets Cormac Mccarthy in It Comes at Night, one of the bleakest horror films to come out in recent memory. Like many great works of post apocalyptic literature, this film is at it's best when it is ignoring the flashy set pieces and instead focuses on an all encompassing feeling of dread that slowly consumes the characters. The few mis...