It Comes at Night (2017): A Creepy, Easily Misconceived Indie Flick

Nick Kush

A current college student, Nick founded MovieBabble in October of 2016 in order to grow his own movie knowledge as well as share his own thoughts with others in a streamlined fashion. As MovieBabble continues to grow, Nick hopes to one day become a reputable critic that many turn to first for a quality movie review.

14 Responses

  1. Joselyn Raquel says:

    sounds like an interesting psychological thriller to me, lots of thinking less happening but that doesn’t have to make it bad, frustrating as you say yes but I will give a shot.

  2. Great write up, Nick. I’m really looking forward to seeing this!

  3. I have been curious about this movie but couldn’t really figure out what it was about. Thanks for this review. It sounds like something the boyfriend and I could easily get into despite the ambiguity.

  4. I watched it. I read somewhre else that it wasn’t so scary so I could. I liked it a lot and now i have to write about it. i’m thinking maybe “it comes at night” could mean how we all think scary things come at night so we get scared but really we are the scary monsters so “it comes at night” makes you think of that.

    its probably why we invinted fire and then started killing all the animals.

    • Nick Kush says:

      Maybe! I think it’s an metaphor for fear. We fear the unknown which gets heighten during this film during scenes occurring at night.

  5. Chris Scott says:

    I’m looking to try and see this sometime this week.

  6. Jane Bled says:

    This flick sounds like it’s up my alley. I appreciated the background you supplied before jumping into the review. Honestly, I didn’t watch the trailer — no need, your review sold it. I’ll probably watch it before I watch the movie, though.

    Anyway, great review!

    • Nick Kush says:

      Thanks so much! It’s a very understated movie that may not resonate right away, but the more you think about it the more it takes root

  7. emmakwall says:

    Looks worth a watch! 🙂

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