I knew that one of the actors in this film looked exactly like Vincent Cassell. I check the IMDB page, and it's actually his father. So, that was pretty cool to find out. But, this is a really unpredictable slow-moving war film. There's barely any violence as the film is more about the characters and the effects the war has on them. The cinematography is absolutely spectacular as the camerawork was as well. I really liked this one a lot especially the dark and very unexpected ending.
"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…