Strapped inside Writer-Director Philip Gelatt’s 101-minute feature is a gem cocked and ready to shake-rattle-and-row-the-bejesus out of audiences. It’s imperceptible cinematic existence becomes evident in the riveting visual and audio panache of the final minutes of the film.
Starts off a little show before becoming a savvy, rip snorting, truly scary and imaginative 40 minutes of terror when the director, writer and cinematographer unleashed their collective chi and things go bump, bump, bump at 47 meters.
The IT is relentless, the Mother of All Things That Go Bump in the Night.
April 30, 2017 85 Minutes This movie creeped me out. The savage wit behind its levity took the edge off any semblance of verisimilitude, not that any was ever any intended, and that, thank the gods, kept me from being…