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Still one of the best horror movies I have ever witnessed. Great plot twist (don't worry I won't spoil). So scared I cried in the movie theater... That's when you know it's good.
A interesting plot and cast, still does not matches with a horror movie, it's more a sci-fi one; but still it's good.
Not too bad a film, used ideas from supposedly real life abductions. Passed the Sunday afternoon by.
It's a bit all over the place...but it still manages to be interesting in a few spots.
It just wasnt for me. Kinda cheesy, movies of this era are becoming to repetitive and lack that creative directory.
What could have been an awesome alien abduction movie turns into a pretty good thriller that does leave a lot of questions unanswered. Keri Russell does well with her role but I wasn’t as impressed with Josh Hamilton. Definitely worth a watch, but it won’t rank among the best
A very underrated horror film. This picture relys much more on a sense of eeriness than gore or shock horror. The overall buildup to the truth is eloquent and is sure to send a shiver up your spine more than once along the way.
Not much happens for the first 50 minutes but gets quite scary after that. The subject matter is definitely more terrifying than the movie.
A well-made horror film. Dark Skies does a good job sending shivers down my spine, especially by the suspenseful soundtrack and excellent performance from the cast.
Heed the reviews, avoid. basic and plotless, then end of the film should be the start, left with no conclusion