An intriguing horror movie which relies less on typical horror movie tropes such as cheap jump scares and questionable character choices, instead presenting a scarily tangible and real scenario.
Logan Marshall-Green (who also starred in Upgrade that I watched this year) gives another top performance here. His excellent portrayal of confusion, fear and paranoia serves as the linchpin for both the plot and the underlying themes of trauma, grief and suffering. I would love to see him given the opportunity to feature prominently in some 'bigger' films.
He is also surrounded by other strong performances too, however, with the entire cast creating a very real ensemble which helps to maintain the credibility of the narrative.