It Comes at Night (15)
An apocalyptic horror with a difference sees hordes of zombies and crazed, weapon-wielding humans replaced by a unforeseen terror.
Dread drips from the screen in writer-director Trey Edward Shults’ slow-burn showcase of fear.
Joel Egerton – who also produced the movie – once again proves to be one of the finest talents of his generation with a multi-layered performance.
The mystery takes its time to unravel, but it’s worth the wait and Shults takes things in some surprising directions.
Paranoia looms large and the horrors of humankind prove every bit as menacing as any potential supernatural or viral threat.