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While the scares could use some more imagination.They Come Knocking manages to build a successfully terrifying atmosphere and to provide a touching portrait of family grief.
With "They Come Knocking," we're closer to the positive side of the genre, indicating what this series could be.
It still falls prey to some of the series' frequent issues, but it finally delivers on the horror front with an unsettling premise and some scares.
A portrait of grief that radically feels offensive when placed in your standard 'invasion thriller'. This made me feel angry. [Full review in Spanish].
This episode looks like the type of horror you didn't realize was creeping up your spine until it finally sinks its teeth into you.
The script by Shane and Carey Van Dyke is beautifully horrifying, and Adam Mason's direction somehow makes a story about creepy supernatural kids in hoodies torturing a family seem real
They Come Knocking is a surprisingly tender Into The Dark feature, and proof that the streaming format can withstand theatrical length running times.
It's not that the story is all-new, but the charged atmosphere created by the filmmaker allows its most potent points to be made clearly and with an empathetic degree of poignance.
Into the Dark: They Come Knocking is at its best when it lets its characters be vulnerable. Conversely, the film is at its worst when it aims for straight horror.
Unlike its predecessors, this film won't linger for long in the mind. In fact, you'll be lucky if you remember anything outside of the excellent performances delivered by the actors.
A nice creepy setup, even if the landscape and the weather are beautiful.
This is the type of horror film where things cross the foreground of the frame as if they know exactly where the camera is.