They Live in the Grey

They Live in the Grey

Directed by Abel Vang, Burlee Vang

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While investigating a child abuse case, a clairvoyant social worker discovers that the family is being tormented by a supernatural entity. In order to save the parents from losing the custody of their child, she must confront her own fears and use her ability to stop the malevolent force. A SHUDDER ORIGINAL

While investigating a case, a clairvoyant social worker discovers that the family is being tormented by a supernatural entity.

Cast: Michelle Krusiec, Ken Kirby, Madelyn Grace

Member Reviews

I absolutely loved this thoughtful, scary slow-burn. Full of diverse scares and smart set pieces. It's reminiscent of The Sixth Sense, but I think it takes a really different emotional approach to the premise.

HawkSeason
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18 hours ago

I fell asleep twice trying to watch this movie only got about half way through. Maybe it's my fault for watching scary movies before I sleep. As other reviews say it drags on. I like a slow burn but it's not supposed to burn me to sleep. Maybe one day I will watch the end of this movie hope the daughter and family found a good place.

RolanD
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1 day ago

it's very reminiscent of The Sixth Sense in a lot of ways. The acting is fantastic, especially from the main character, but I also have to agree with some others that said it's a bit too long. it could have been shortened up and made tighter.

kwaidanklubsp
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2 days ago

Near-perfect captions (only caught one mistake) with music and sound effects included: A++ on that. It started off really strong and Michelle Krusiec is amazing but man, it really fell apart. The over-reliance on jump scares really spoiled the building dread and creepiness as it went on. The finale was a good concept but the writing (and honestly, the camera work and performances) went very suddenly off the rails into really hokey soap opera territory. I get that they wanted the end to be chaotic blah blah blah but it just didn't work for me.

sinharder
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2 days ago

Near-perfect captions (only caught one mistake) with music and sound effects included: A++ on that. It started off really strong and Michelle Krusiec is amazing but man, it really fell apart. The over-reliance on jump scares really spoiled the building dread and creepiness as it went on. The finale was a good concept but the writing (and honestly, the camera work and performances) went very suddenly off the rails into really hokey soap opera territory. I get that they wanted the end to be chaotic blah blah blah but it just didn't work for me.

sinharder
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2 days ago