Horror Review: I See You (2019)

Strange occurrences plague a small town detective and his family as he investigates the disappearance of a young boy.

This is a film that is hard to talk about but I really need to.

It’s not hard to talk about because it was too much, or I didn’t like subject matter or even because I simply I disliked it. In fact it’s the opposite I absolutely loved this film, the problem is is that this is a feature where the less you know about it the better viewing experience you’ll have.

I will try my best though because as I said I seriously enjoyed this film and I have serious high praise for it. First of all I have to say that the film is full of a tense and gripping atmosphere that really helped with the tone of the film and with the story being told, something I find gets overlooked in modern films.

Some have stated that they found it a somewhat depressing film, which I can understand, but not every story is happy and in my opinion it helped make the feature more authentic and even somewhat relatable. Kudos to Writer Devon Graye, who I look forward to seeing more from.

Same thing goes for Director Adam Randall, I can’t believe this was his feature debut and I will definitely keep an eye on his future projects. I also have to say the casting of this film is fantastic and everyone did such an amazing job, it’s great to see Helen Hunt and I hope she does more of this type of work in the future.

“I See You” has certainly become a firm favourite of mine that deserves way more recognition. As I said earlier this is a film where the less you know the better, so even though I’ll post the trailer below as usual I recommend you don’t watch it and just view the film.

If you want to see “I See You” trailer then just click on the video below:


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