Directed by David Robert Mitchell
After Jay sleeps with her new boyfriend, she’s informed that an evil shape-shifting entity will now be pursuing her, slowly creeping closer until it can take her life. The only way to end this mysterious haunting is to pass it on to someone else through sex, but that presents an ethical dilemma, so Jay and her friends seek out another way to end the curse for good. David Robert Mitchell’s extraordinarily chilling exploration of the links between sex, death and terror vaulted into the modern horror hall-of-fame in 2014, aided by a killer synth soundtrack reminiscent of the great John Carpenter.
A teen is pursued by an evil entity after a hook-up in David Robert Mitchell’s modern horror classic.
Cast: Maika Monroe, Keir Gilchrist, Daniel Zovatto
Watchable, great soundtrack.
Fantastic. Interesting underlying social message too.
Really underrated. Has a subtle, detached, desultory kind of atmosphere which is unusual in horror, a bit like Dont Look Now. Which makes the scares and frights when they come, leap out in harder contrast.
So much better than I thought it would be. Slow menacing dread always works on me.
One of my favorite movies of all time.