Plot: Strange occurrences plague a small-town detective and his family as he investigates the disappearance of a young boy – I See You.
Director – Adam Randall
Released – 2019
The trailers certainly set you up for a surprise when watching I See You, this isn’t the horror that it first seems, in fact, there’s very little in the way of horror at all and you’re in for a disappointment if this all you were hoping for, instead, just like with 2016’s The Invitation you will be treated to a mystery/thriller hybrid that contains more than a handful of surprises and encourages repeat viewing.
The writing is clever and characters’ behaviours that at first seem erratic is explained eloquently later-on, with only a couple of things that you need to suspend your disbelief to properly enjoy the film.
Overall, I See You is a clever and surprising little film that starts off slow but soon develops into a dark and unforgettable thriller that doesn’t provide answers to all the questions it throws up, but sometimes leaving it up the audience’s imagination is a plus and lets you visit some really dark places.