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‘The Vast of Night’ Review: A Creative Science Fiction Film

Cristina Soulmates - Sun, 31 May 2020 22:07:30 +0100 231 Views
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Release Date: 15 May 2020
Genre: Fantasy, Mystery, Sci-Fi
Director: Andrew Patterson
Writers: James Montague, Craig W. Sanger
Stars: Sierra McCormick, Jake Horowitz, Gail Cronauer
Plot:
In the twilight of the 1950s, on one fateful night in New Mexico, young switchboard operator Fay and charismatic radio DJ Everett discover a strange audio frequency that could change their small town and the future forever.

 

REVIEW:
The director Andrew Patterson and crew brought a creative science fiction film. The story sets when a switchboard operator and a radio DJ discover an odd audio frequency. An interesting opening giving it a Twilight Zone tone, and in a way, it still stands on its own. Although he could have avoided making look like a TV episode because it doesn't seem to be an important concept in the film making it unnecessary. This is his directional debut and what a way to introduce his mind. A perfect film to watch at night while it is raining and at its highest volume. The sounds had such intensity and it is what made this story so entrancing and setting it in the '50s kept the atmosphere even better. It was off-center, how the narrative at the beginning seems all over the place, but it was defining the characters and along the way, it became easy to endure those early moments. The instant the suspense began to build up it was quite a ride and even though it was told many times in different ways, this was one of the best UFO sighting movies.

 

The composers Erick Alexander and Jared Bulmer brought a mysterious atmosphere with their music. The creepy audio frequency and the music supported each other in setting the thriller.

 

The main actors Jake Horowitz and Sierra McCormick gave a quite impressive performance. Both of them complimented each other, I like how he worries about her and I loved the scenes where she runs not caring of waiting on him to catch up, that says a lot about what kind of person she was, it was truly moving.

 

Final Score: [8/10]
Reviewed by: Cristina Soulmates

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The Vast of Night (2019) on IMDb

 

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