- 1hr 31m
- 1hr 31m
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Did You Know?
- The movie premiered at the 2017 Overlook Film Festival.
- Given the family's fear of discovery, why the would light fires at night or in the early evening when they would be seen from many more miles away than in the daytime is never explained.
- [Paul takes off the bag covering Will's head, who he's tied to a tree]
- Paul: I just want to talk, and I want honest answers. Do you have any idea what's going on out there?
- [Will shakes his head]
Atom User Reviews
This movie was terrible. The entire time I kept waiting for "It" to appear, in "it comes at night" the ending left no questions answered. Was a total waste of 1 hour and 37 minutes of my life! I want that part of my life back as well as my money. Don't waste your time, money and life on this movie like I did. #2thumbsdown
was so bad people walked out halfway thru it. a waste of money. I would never have seen it but Atom posted $5 tickets. I would of rather flushed the money down the drain
Taut, smart, intense and genuinely scary, Trey Edward Shults’s It Comes at Night fulfills the promise, and then some, of the filmmaker’s 2015 debut feature, “Krisha.”
Though its themes are so dark they seem to call for the invention of a new color, It Comes at Night does offer a few glimpses of levity and affection amid the unremitting bleakness.
With his fine cast and his gracefully restrained screenplay, Shults makes horror recognizable.