Sickening. Gripping. Unbelievable.
Some of the camerawork is incredibly cheesey - enough with the reflections in the puddles on the ground already!
Hard to stop watching.
An assault on the senses, ( and your sensibilities) THE TRIBE proved to be just as challenging as the second time round, and I mean that in a good way.
The absence of spoken words and subtitles makes you commit to really watching the film - you have to concentrate to follow the story, piecing it together via visual and physical clues. They're there - copious amounts of them, and while the director insisted on using untrained actors, his film…
Fast paced, slick and with a killer soundtrack.
80's kids will love this!
From the Halloween high school dance decorations to the not so subtle John Carpenter nods; the 70's political thriller pastiche to the quintessential diner locale in middle America - this is an expert mix of genres. Director Adam Wingard & Writer Simon Barrett just keep getting better with every film.
Dan Stevens has left Downton Abbey well & truly behind; and Maika Monroe is fantastic - every bit as good as she is in It Follows.