The Wrap | 'It Comes At Night' Review

The grandfather is very sick. The only rational course of action: put him in a wheelbarrow, roll him to a shallow grave in the forest, shoot him in the head, and set him on fire. In “It Comes at Night,” the second feature from Trey Edward Shults (“Krisha”), this is a mercy killing, and it’s the audience’s introduction to a terrifying, mysterious world.

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