Directed by Natasha Kermani
May, a self help author with all the answers, suddenly finds herself stalked by a masked man who mysteriously reappears every night. Even when she kills him. May struggles to get help from the people around her as she fights to stay alive. Is this paranoia, or is she doomed to accept her new reality? A SHUDDER ORIGINAL.
The story of a woman and a mysterious masked man. He reappears every night, even when she kills him. A mind-bending slasher from Natasha Kermani and Brea Grant.
Cast: Brea Grant, Hunter C. Smith, Dhruv Uday Singh
I agree with Paj. Don’t waste your time. I just wasted two hours of my life thinking the movie would get better. I’m a female do this is not a “man-child” or whatever else has been mentioned. In my opinion this movie is not worth the one skill I gave it.
Haven't watched it yet, but it must be good if it's making all these incel man-babies cry about it in the reviews. I'll add it to my list.
Lucky is a smart and innovative psychological thriller that rarely holds the viewer's hand. Some will find it chilling and powerful, while others may be disappointed and frustrated... Regardless, this is a movie best gone into blind.
did anyone else notice when she is washing her face the little mirror is different to her movements in the big mirror? 😳 ps worth a watch, confusing and trippy but good.
Do yourself a favour and don’t read into the reviews too much. This is a good movie with a terrifying concept and a pretty powerful underlying message. It’s overwhelmingly maddening for the main character (and thus, the viewer) at times, and the takeaway is pretty heartbreaking the more you ponder it. Maybe not the scariest, nor bloodiest horror out by any means, but definitely worth a watch. It’s less than 90 mins, what have you really got to lose?