It Comes at Night
Writer-Director Trey Edward Shults understands what true horror is. His It Comes at Night leaves you in no doubt the thing you should fear the most stares at you every morning. Perhaps, the only thing worse is the person who refuses to acknowledge this paradigm, kind of like the whiners who went into this master class in simmering tension expecting a jump scare fest.
"It Comes At Night" Review
The post-apocalyptic/mankind on the verge of extinction/epidemic virus crisis genre continues to grow at a rapid pace. From “World War Z”, “Contagion” and "28 Days Later" to the “Planet of the Apes” and “Hunger Games” franchises, and even “WALL-E”, we've seen it all.
Joel Edgerton in Talks to Join Thriller 'It Comes at Night'
Joel Edgerton is in talks to star in the thriller It Comes at Night, which will be directed by Trey Edward Shults. — Edgerton will play a man tasked with protecting his wife and son from a mysterious presence terrorizing them right outside their doorstep. David Kaplan is producing with distributor A24, who distributed Shults' written and directed Krisha in a two-picture deal with the filmmaker.