Midnight, New Year's Eve: when all the hopes of new beginnings come to life - except for Lindsey and Jeff Pittman, whose strained marriage faces the ultimate test after they cover up a terrible crime and find themselves entangled in a Hitchcockian web of deceit and madness.
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July 12, 2018 at 03:52 AM
This movie was fantastic. I don't wanna give away any spoilers but it definitely grips you from start to finish with crazy twists and turns. IFC never disappoints. Their movies are scary and well worth the money.
Known for as a film editor, Julius Ramsay makes his directorial debut in this, his first full length film, following his only four TV series - two of which were Walking Dead episodes. And what an outstanding job he did in directing his cameras, and his cast.
He teams up with (his brother) Alston Ramsay's first ever role as writer, and together they create a wonderfully tense, low-budget film noir that benefits greatly from its perfect length, pace, tautness and lack of pretension.
By focusing more on suspense and tension with a perfect touch of gore, the Ramsay brothers have crafted an economical and effective alternative to the many disappointing big-budget entries into this genre.
The primarily novice C-list, and a few B-list actors were surprisingly impressive. The score was perfect. The cinematography on point.
Yes there were a few light plot issues, but still much better writing than some seasoned professional high-paid Hollywood writers.
Aside from that, this film was pretty much flawless - considering its a low budget and B-grade entry level film. Would I see it again and recommend it? Absolutely! A well deserved 8.5 rounded up up a 9/10
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Great story, suspenseful ambience, creepy piano score - it's got it all! But seriously, a gripping, edge-of-your seat flick with solid performances particularly from late entrant Ward Horton.