This week the podcast team hunker down in the safety of the recording studio to talk about Trey Edward Shults' It Comes At Night.
A lethal virus has stricken the human population. Paul, Sarah and their son Travis are hiding out in a small rural cabin, hoping to evade those infected. But when Paul and Sarah offer refuge to a desperate family, they unwittingly invite paranoia and mistrust into their sanctuary, while outside a sinister threat descends.
We talk to director Trey Edward Shults’ (Krisha) about his superb thriller which places more emphasis on the growing paranoia of its characters than the visceral thrills normally associated with the genre.
Produced and edited by Jake Cunningham
Studio services by CSRFM.com
Music supplied by incompetech.com
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