85% of the critics like it.
Here’s what some of them had to say:
Scored intensely and photographed vividly, the electric film imagines a small slice of doomsday with horrific believability.
It’s not a sexy apocalypse, with a disease that transforms everyone into really cool zombies. It’s just death. And it’s not an easily managed “Doomsday Preppers” scenario solved by bulk foods from Jim Bakker infomercials. It’s just doom.
Midway through “It Comes at Night” you might wonder where it’s headed, and it seems Shults may have asked himself the same question. It’s a breathless thriller that will leave you gasping until it finally runs out of air itself.
In the absence of such…
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