Directed by Kurtis David Harder
Aaron and Malik move to a small town so they can enjoy a better quality of life, and raise their 16 year-old daughter with the best social values. But nothing is as it seems in their picturesque neighborhood. And when Malik spies the neighbors next door throwing a very strange party, something shocking has got to give. A SHUDDER ORIGINAL.
When couple Aaron and Malik move to a picturesque small town, Malik is convinced their neighbors are up to something sinister.
Cast: Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, Ari Cohen, Jennifer Laporte
Zero chemistry between the two leads made it extremely hard to take them seriously as a couple. Not a *bad* film, but it does itself a disservice by continually teasing an ending that would actually have made for a much better and more interesting story, then going with the cliched-but-not-fully-explained ending instead. Oh well.
its ok. the "message" at the end was unbelievably contrived but otherwise its fine. didnt chill or thrill me but it didnt waste my time.
I enjoyed it a lot. I'm generally a fan of slow burn movies, and this is definitely that, which isn't everyone's cup of tea, but it is suspenseful and keeps you guessing, even if the plot isn't the most original, but it was well done and definitely worth a watch.
Over all the story was good but I have to say this has been done before, it was suspenseful and it definitely kept my attention. There were some parts where the acting fell flat but it was worth the watch.
Really liked this one. Good creepy storyline, music, and cinematography. A few annoying nitpicks here and there, but over all pretty good. Movie should have eaten the Dad and let Malick and the Daughter escape. Poor Malick. What was with the guy running on the bridge??