Screening at the ongoing Fantastic Film Festival in Austin, Texas, David Harley write in with his thoughts on Filmax’s Sleep Tight, a new thriller from Spaniard Jaume Balagueró, best known for co-directing REC and REC 2, along with Darkness, Fragile and Nameless.
In the film: The residents of the building where Cesar works as a doorman are not aware of the overtime he has been putting in. Apparently, he is at their service both day and night.
“Marini’s script might be built upon a simple, familiar premise but the characterization is excellent, giving Tosar the ammunition needed to create one hell of a creepy villain.”
Click the title to read Harley’s entire review.
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