A new horror film from acclaimed filmmaker Trey Edward Shults. Joel Edgerton, Riley Keough, and Christopher Abbott star in IT COMES AT NIGHT – Now Playing.
RELEASE DATE: June 9, 2017
WRITER/DIRECTOR: Trey Edward Shults
CAST: Joel Edgerton, Riley Keough, Christopher Abbott, and Carmen Ejogo
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This movie is good... at wasting an hour and a half of your time. Nothing comes at night. Just some events happen and there is dramatic music. Nice filming though, fine acting... if only there was a STORY to go along with this movie, lots of missed potential.
Love the movie but this trailer is awful. It mislead many to think this was some kind of monster movie, when the director has said in interviews that it’s not even a horror movie. The trailer makes people think that the movie is something that it is not.
Critics love anything that has mixed raced relationships, also the only time a white man can be an alpha Male is when he’s married to a non-white woman, critics LOOOOOVE THIS but normal people don’t care about race , they just want to watch a great film, the director was that desperate to insert non white people into the film they made a white man and a light skinned mixed woman’s child black! NEWS FLASH a mixed person and a white person don’t create BLACK children... and that’s why their is a huge gap in critics and audiences opinions, critics/media follow this anti-white rhetoric and it spills over in their artistic endeavours
Compared to a horror film that we actually see the monster Slender man and this movie, IT COMES AT NIGHT is one of the scariest movies to come out in a long while, slender man was shit on a plate wrapped in foil burnt in a microwave. Cause in reality, people are scary in general... remember the saying from 10 cloverfield lane? " MONSTERS COME IN MANY FORMS".
such a trash movie. when we watched this in the theater and it ended everyone in the theater said “what? that’s it!?” because you’re waiting for the whole movie to see what comes at night, spoiler it’s nothing
Those saying nothing comes at night........... well the genre of the movie is a psychological thriller, not horror there was something wrong with them, nothing actually comes at night even the trailer itself is showing the man is possessively territorial .......... I haven't watched it yet but the trailer is quite self-explanatory
The thing that scares me most, is that this happened in human history. maybe not the same exact chain of events but, I mean think about it, the bubonic plague turned men mad. They killed, crucified, and burned people that werent even sick. And they thought the devil was in the woods, lurking and spreading a sickness. Its the same now. Just because the modern world has medicine and science doesnt mean when a plague hits we wont think the culprit is monstrous. NICE WORK ON HISTORICAL ALLUSION WITH THE PAINTING!!!!!
The movie is really misunderstood.
We never see the so-called “creature” that comes at night because there probably was never one in the first place (unless something came out and attacked the dog.) The title is a metaphor for fear and anxiety and how it turns people into monsters.
This movie had its moments, but overall, I was disappointed. The ending also sucked! To me, the REAL "It Comes at Night" is the 2017 horror film, "Stephanie". It is EVERYTHING this movie SHOULD have been!
good movie, surprisingly emotional and really creepy...
Also, don't listen to the people in the comments saying nothing comes at night...
I don't want to spoil it, but nightmares come at night for a character... and well , that leads somewhere.
Honestly i dont pay much attention to the title , i just watched and this movie scared me genuinely . It was creepy. I consider myself a hardcore movie fan and this is one of the best horror movie ever. I think it is way better than hereditary
I watched it just now, even if the ending was the way it was, I enjoyed the experience of watching the movie. I loved how almost the entire movie took place in a single house, yet it felt so mysterious and interesting. 'Someone tell me whats going on?!'. The rest is a SPOILER, so be ware:
Yes, the movie gives a lot of hints and no obvious answers, but yet we all know what was going on. If you see the signs for what they are everything was quite obvious. Will lied to get his family safely into the house, maybe even already knew his boy was sick. Travis was probably sick from the beginning. He kept dreaming dreams about the affliction. (The other option is that his nightmares had no meaning at all, but who believes that). Everyone was already screwed right from the start, yet trying so hard to stay alive. Its the ultimate cynicism you could say. We're watching a group of people who are already doomed, trying to stave off their death, going through extreme lengths - even though it was inevitable right from the start. The ending was so ultimately cruel that it almost makes one laugh. Regardless, for me it was a good watch, I enjoyed it!
If you disliked this movie, you probably didn't understand it. It was really great. On a side note, it's funny to think that they could have had antibiotics the entire time, and that would have saved everyone's life.
Boxxy software have a lot of movies in any audio language u want! This movie is a psychological thriller showcasing how average family people trying to be civil in an extreme time give into their fears turning them into monsters!
i was waiting for some monsters or zombies or undead lurking around but i was disappointed they dont have any .. i think this movie is just about a plague and about a family that is just surviving ..thats. all theres nothing to see here , move on guys..
I didn’t watch the trailer and I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. Amazing acting, story and camera work. The people moaning about the story or lack thereof obviously lack insight and depth, as this is in my opinion a masterpiece. Watching a trailer in the first place is stupid, but basing your opinion of a movie on its trailer is moronic. 8,5/10
I'm almost certain this will be one of those films that people were either confused about or flat-out hated when they saw it but the reception will just grow and grow over the years. I loved it so let's check back in 15 years
Overall, I found this film to be very good. The story was engaging, the performances we're top notch and the tension was there, as with most A24 horror films. However, I felt some of the artistic liberties such as messing with the aspect ratio was a tad bit on the nose of "THIS IS AN ART FILM YOU GET IT YOU SEE WHAT IM DOING? ITS ART ARGHHHH" instead of staying on the more subtle side. If the aspect ratio had been left the same, we would've had no idea what was real and what wasn't which is something that movies such as Mulholland Drive, Hereditary and Donnie Darko do with their dream/hallucination scenes. Overall, it's a decent movie and really doesn't deserve as much criticism as people give it. Something DOES come at night, and that is fear and paranoia, which is pretty great.
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