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"It Comes at Night" has the title of a horror film and, at times, the mood of one, but it is far too restrained to get the juices of the genre crowd going.This is how the movie starts – with a stark image of a dying, decaying face.Much of the weirdness comes from Travis, who is living out an already fraught time in life (the teen years) in a particularly fraught moment (the possible end of days?).It's an interesting and stylish effort with not much good to say about humans, but perhaps it's those dark, uncomfortable truths that Shults explored in "Krisha" that he likes best.Disconcerting themes aside, with a bigger budget and professional actors who aren't members of his family, Shults continues to show real promise in world and mood creation.
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