Michael Bay is an absolute mad lad, and I think the film community needs to end the stigma that he’s a bad filmmaker, which he really isn’t. Bay is great in his own way just like all the other great filmmakers. Bay clearly lives in his own chaotic world and seeing it portrayed on film is absolutely wonderful. Where a lot of modern blockbusters fall is what Dark of the Moon absolutely excels at. Bay shoots on film, has an…
Out of all the generic and cliché ass decisions they could’ve made with an Ocean’s Eleven sequel, they make this movie. It’s incredibly convoluted and confusing with so many different twists and characters to keep up with. It’s certainly not what I was expecting, but that’s what you get with Soderbergh movies.
"Is that it?"
"Nothing ever came at night."
"How did this get an 86% on Rotten Tomatoes?"
That was the audience when this film ended. Everyone was pissed besides me. I was fucking blown away. It Comes At Night terrified me. There was no monster, no ghosts, no zombies, no vampires. And, I think that's what horrified me to the core. With its creeping camera movements to its unnerving intensity, the horror is in the subtlety of the filmmaking and…