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Tonight She Comes 2018 123movies

Tonight She Comes 2018 123movies

Everyone else will dieFeb. 13, 201884 Min.
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Watch: Tonight She Comes 2016 123movies, Full Movie Online – James, a new postman, has a special delivery for Kristy Jordan at a weathered cabin in the dense woods, somewhere in the middle of nowhere. However, she’s nowhere to be found and the place seems deserted, apart from Kristy’s best friends, Ashley and Lyndsey. As James and his friend try to make the best of a bad job–and maybe–have a good time with the girls, the definite presence of a mysterious entity in the thick moonlit forest brings chills down the spine. Could it be their disoriented friend, or is it something far more sinister lurking in the shadows?.
Plot: After a girl goes missing, two of her friends and a mysterious set of strangers find themselves drawn to the cabin in the woods where she disappeared. They will laugh, they will drink, they will kiss, they will make love, and THEY MUST ALL DIE.
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I felt the first half of the story probably could have just played out as the whole story, rather than the awkward introduction of the redneck B-Team, brought in part way through the second act. Maybe I only was as accepting of _Tonight She Comes_ because of just how **atrocious** the films I watched either side of it were, and I was overly-grateful by comparison, but irrespective of the reasoning, I still thought by the time it was all done that it was… okay.

_Final rating:★★½ – Had a lot that appealed to me, didn’t quite work as a whole._

Review By: Gimly

_**Well made and haunting, but the last act is needlessly disgusting and boring**_

Two guys and two girls meet at a remote Missouri property where some strange and horrifying things are happening.

“Tonight She Comes” (2016) is a proficient Indie horror with a good score and haunting vibe, not to mention the lovely Larissa White as protagonist Ashley. The director doesn’t fail to highlight her beauty (not talkin’ ’bout nudity; he uses another actress for that). Despite a couple cavils (like the idiotic masturbation scene and how Pete wanders through the woods to the exact abode where James is delivering mail), it’s very good for the first two acts, but then it devolves into a dull and gross bloody ritual with the requisite tedious gobbledygook. Then there’s the “shocking” final scene that’s too absurd to be taken seriously (think the eye-rolling ending of “Sharknado”).

Nevertheless, the writer/director is clearly talented and will go on to great things if he perseveres. He just needs to work the kinks out of his scripts, like nonsensical or pointless parts. He also needs to grasp that being as disgusting and “shocking” as possible doesn’t make up for compelling storytelling.

I should add that this isn’t a comedy/horror, as it’s sometimes listed. There are some amusing antics with the youths partying at the small lake, but it’s otherwise serious horror.

The movie runs 1 hour, 24 minutes, and was shot in Missouri.


Review By: Wuchak
One of the strangest films I can recall seeing
You know that feeling when you finish a film and you think to yourself, what the hell did I just watch? There may never be a truer case for thinking that than after ‘Tonight She Comes’. This movie is utterly bizarre. In a good way, you ask? That’s a tough question to answer. It’s a film that is very hard to get your head around how much you actually enjoyed it, because again you aren’t entirely sure what you just saw.

What was the object of the film I would ask myself? Was it to be scary? If so, I’d say it was middle of the road. There were some genuinely creepy moments at times, but the overall theme of the movie didn’t seem like it was trying to frighten you. There are no jump-scares that I can remember, for example (a good thing). Was it to be gory and gruesome? On that one I think you’d have to issue it a check mark. There are some goings on toward the end of the film that I actually had to turn away from. I’m generally pretty comfortable watching most things you put on screen, but this was tough to sit through. Or finally, was it simply trying to be as bizarre and unique as it possibly could? Again I think you’d have to issue a check mark. This is a film pretty unlike anything else. I can’t even think of a film to compare it to.

So even though I didn’t exactly enjoy ‘Tonight She Comes’ overall that much (it certainly had its moments though) I think whichever way you look at it the film pretty much achieved what it set out to, and for that reason should be applauded. It’s a tough film to recommend to people (because I honestly have no idea whether they would love it or hate it), but I can say you likely won’t be bored by it.

Review By: jtindahouse
Best dark horror movie of the year (NO spoilers)
A group of strangers find themselves fighting a supernatural evil in a remote cabin in the woods. As night falls dark magic must be invoked and extreme rituals performed in a desperate bid to end the madness but will anyone survive until morning?

Tonight She Comes is deliciously deviant and divinely deranged. Like Raw from earlier this year Tonight She Comes is the very definition of a divisive movie. It has some intense insanity on display and moves so fast that many may feel out of their standard “Hollywood horror” comfort zone.

As I saw Tonight She Comes at a festival there were a number of fellow podcasters and critics present. A few suggested afterwards that “there wasn’t enough back-story” and the filmmakers “threw everything at the screen just to be shocking”. I can see how they think that but I would humbly suggest that they are missing the point.

Backstory. Tonight She Comes drops the audience directly into the madness, just like the characters in the movie. This is a movie where a group of strangers (to both the audience and each other) are thrown together and have no time to think, only time to act. Real life doesn’t always come with a neat little backstory, doesn’t always provide a ‘why’. Sometimes you just have to deal and hope you can figure stuff out in time. Accordingly sometimes the characters in Tonight She Comes make the right choice, sometimes (uh-oh) not so much.

Far from simply “throwing everything at the screen just to be shocking” I would suggest that writer / director Matt Stuertz knew exactly how far the characters in the story would need to go to accomplish their aims within the logic of their universe and was brave enough to go there. Kudos here to makeup effects team of Adrienne Wilkerson, Haley Hall, Katherine Shae Spradley, and Megan Adele Juen for making it happen.

I especially loved that all the ‘good’ characters were at best misguided and dumb or at worst unlikable a-holes. It didn’t matter that I didn’t care for them. Tonight She Comes is all about endurance in the face of unimaginable madness.

For me the standout character was Felicity fearlessly played by Jenna McDonald. Her father Francis portrayed by Frankie Ray and brother Philip (Brock Russell) were also suitably off the charts. I also really liked the creepy asshat with issues Pete as brought to life by Adam Hartley.

Regarding the much talked about “gratuitous” gore, I would simply suggest that the story demanded it and the filmmakers were brave enough to step up. Kudos to them for doing so. Some may find the images shocking but, hey, when you’re dealing with ancient dark forces it ain’t always PG-13 pretty to look at.

People have mentioned The Evil Dead when speaking about Tonight She Comes and I think the comparison is valid. Like The Evil Dead, Tonight She Comes is grueling, dark, occasionally funny as hell, and has a reality all its own.

Before I go I have to mention the awesome music from composer Wojciech Golczewski who penned the soundtrack for one of my top movies of last year We Are Still Here. The Tonight She Comes soundtrack is divine.

The only thing I am unhappy about is that I have to wait weeks or months to see Tonight She Comes again (and again). Despite the strength of Raw and other movies on the horizon for 2017, right now for me Tonight She Comes is far and away the best dark horror movie of the year.

Review By: deeomen

Other Information:

Original Title Tonight She Comes
Release Date 2018-02-13
Release Year 2016

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 24 min (84 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Unrated
Genre Comedy, Horror
Director Matt Stuertz
Writer Matt Stuertz
Actors Nathan Eswine, Larissa White, Jenna McDonald
Country United States
Awards 8 wins & 5 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Red Epic Dragon
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format HDCAM
Cinematographic Process Redcode RAW (6K) (source format)
Printed Film Format D-Cinema

Tonight She Comes 2018 123movies
Tonight She Comes 2018 123movies
Tonight She Comes 2018 123movies
Tonight She Comes 2018 123movies
Original title Tonight She Comes
TMDb Rating 4.946 37 votes

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