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Horror - Slasher

Tonight She Comes (2016)


Duration 1h 24m Rating (UK) 18
Source of story An original screenplay, some say riffing on other horror films.
Director Matt Stuertz
Writers/Script Matt Stuertz
Starring Nathan Eswine, Larissa White, Jenna McDonald, Brock Russell, Cameisha Cotton, Adam Hartley, Dal Nicole, Frankie Ray

Elevator Pitch: A man delivering post, with a friend who he leaves in the woods, arrives at an isolated house by a lake and for some reason falls asleep in a hammock. The friend at the lakeside spies two girls on the other side who strip to their underwear, through a telescope. He then finds a naked female apparently dead in the woods, but she is not dead and is intent on doing him harm. Later the two girls and the postman are besieged in the house by the naked young woman, now covered in blood and gore. The family in the house, who seem to know what has happened, appear but will they all escape?

Content: There is nudity – in the case of the demonic young woman – total. The postman’s friend spies the two girls in their underwear  and is heard to be masturbating. Later the nude but blood covered woman is a presence outside the house while those inside are forced to carry out rituals which involve the consumption of mixed boldily fluids. People are shot at close range, others torn apart.

A View:  Most of it takes place in the dark, maybe just as well. I would challenge anyone to keep a telescope focused on a distant scene with one hand while masturbating with the other, but what the hell, it’s a horror film, actually a number of more or less random scenes stuck together, the only common ingredient being the particularly well formed naked young woman. But that’s not enough. I can see that it was made with enthusiasm on the part of those involved, but some of it is particularly disgusting, so I could not recommend that anyone see it. It is an ALMOST DON’T SEE.

Additional Info: No critics reviewed it on Rotten Tomatoes and only 21% of the general public liked it. There is no Trivia and only one Goof on IMDb.

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