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Plot: Secure within a desolate home as an unnatural threat terrorizes the world, a man has established a tenuous domestic order with his wife and son, but this will soon be put to test when a desperate young family arrives seeking refuge.
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I don’t need happy endings in my movies. A downer ending is often what makes a movie great. But I do like satisfactory ones. _It Comes at Night_ did not give that to me. Mystery is often its own reward, and I do believe that’s what writer/director Trey Edward Shults was going for here, but it didn’t wind up hit that resonant for me. This particular movie felt like it wasn’t about the journey, it was about the destination, and we essentially didn’t get one.
Joel Edgerton is fantastic of course, but any one of the other actors could have been as well, we’ll never know because they were never given that opportunity. Which really says it all with _It Comes at Night_. There seemed like there was something very worthwhile just on the other side of the veil, but we’ll never know, because we never got to see it. And with cinema, if we didn’t see it, does it really count?
_Final rating:★★½ – Had a lot that appealed to me, didn’t quite work as a whole._
**It’s always family first in the apocalyptic world!**
It was not what I was expecting, enjoyed it though. The trailer, the posters hints something else. So I thought it could be a horror, but it was even a terror or a thriller flick. Well, there were a few occasions where it was edgy, though in the most of the film nothing really happened. Slow but not boring. A simple storyline, limited cast and a apocalyptic theme. Surely you would have seen hundreds of this kind, so when you watch it, you won’t find anything new out of it. Then remains the question, is it any worth!
I liked a simple take. Just like the film ‘The Survivalist’. A small family living in an isolated place, but very precautious about any outside threat. The world is infected with an unknown disease and people are dying everywhere. Recently they had buried one of their family members. So they are not taking any chances with anyone. But now after a terrifying encounter, another family joins them and how things go on from there are the rest of the tale to tell us with a small twist.
Well, you won’t see Joel Edgerton doing a solo film often. But this was a different, because of a small budget and the kind of narration. He did good and so the rest his co-stars. Firstly, it was not a horror film. Then there were a few intentional scenes to scare the viewers, but it wasn’t anywhere near to scary. I’ve watched the whole film and I still don’t know what comes at night. Dreams? Nightmares? Looks that’s what it implies. Other than that it is a drama film with a little thrill. It can be watched nothing more than once.
Don’t Understand the Hype
There’s a lot of discussion on here as to whether this film constitutes a horror film or something more akin to a psychological drama.
As a horror film, I didn’t find the film scary, and as a psychological drama, not particularly fresh in what it was presenting. I consider ‘The Road’ as a much, much stronger example of a film that blends horror and psychological drama – in exploring the limits of humanity & family in an apocalyptic setting.
It’s nonetheless a well-made film with fine performances, but I came into the film expecting…something great, which it wasn’t. That’s hype for you.
There is the inside and there is the outside.
Inside the mind it is dark. You imagine it is safe. You take refuge there. Outside of the mind is the world. The world is sick, dangerous.
You have a door between the two. You keep it locked. You have a protocol for the door to keep what is out, out. The people you trust, that you let inside, you expect them to keep to the protocol as well.
But at night something comes the door can’t defend against. At night the dreams come, because the dreams live inside, with you. Dreams of doubt and fear. It’s at night when the door is most necessary… and most likely to be compromised.
“It Comes at Night” shrugs off traditional horror beats and embraces the extended discourse of a nightmare, the inky blacks lit only by a hand-held lantern, the invisible contagions that we can’t keep out no matter how hard we try, the way a fire we must light attracts things that might do us harm.
It’s “Night of the Living Dead” without zombies. It’s “The Thing” without a monster. It’s the distrust we have of everything outside, even the outsiders that are inside. It’s the long narrow dark hallway to a door that’s supposed to be locked, must be locked, but isn’t.
And it’s one of the very best horror films of the year so far. A year that has already been a landmark one for progressive, humanist, and existential horror.
And yes, it is a horror film, no matter what others may tell you.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 31 min (91 min)
Genre Horror, Mystery, Sci-Fi
Director Trey Edward Shults
Writer Trey Edward Shults
Actors Joel Edgerton, Christopher Abbott, Carmen Ejogo, Riley Keough
Awards 1 win & 11 nominations.
Production Company Animal Kingdom
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1, 2.75 : 1 (some scenes), 3.00 : 1 (some scenes)
Camera Arri Alexa XT, Panavision Primo, SLZ11 and Ultra Speed MKII Lenses
Laboratory The Mill, USA (digital intermediate)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Codex
Cinematographic Process ARRIRAW (3.4K) (source format), Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format)
Printed Film Format DCP