Judgment

Abstract

An apocalyptic Lovecraftian thriller, unpredictable and full of twists and turns (there were a few moments that made me moan with fear and disgust), The Beach House is very similar to the recent Color from Space, but I preferred it because it put me on the wrong track.

Lot:

A young couple spends a weekend at the family’s beach house, but things start to go wrong when they discover not only that they have unexpected guests in the house, but also that something strange and extraterrestrial is starting to manifest from the water…..

Revision :

Students Emily (Liana Liberato) and her boyfriend Randall (Noah LeGros) have relationship problems. Randall’s taking her to his dad’s secluded beach house for the weekend so they can maybe work something out. They are soon surprised that his father’s friends were invited to the beach house that same weekend. The other couple is older and quite tense, but there is also something wrong with Mitch (Jake Weber) and Jane (Maryann Nagel), who seem a bit distracted. Emily and Randall reluctantly agree to share the house for the weekend, although any chance of privacy is actually thrown out the window, and on the first night Randall crushes his edible marijuana sweets for everyone’s pleasure. Mitch and Jane are present (although for various reasons they shouldn’t), and all four are completely stoned. Emily and Randall have fainted, while Jane wanders and gets lost and Mitch mumbles to herself. Thick, impenetrable fog rises and at night something irreversible happens in the seas and waters that has a transforming effect on anyone who drinks it, comes into contact with it or breathes the air from which the fog comes. When Emily wakes up, she’s confused, stoned and confused by a noticeable change in atmosphere, and Randall seems to be impressed too. Mitch and Jane are nowhere to be found. When Randall goes to the bathroom while Emily is at the beach, we learn that Jane is infected with something, while Mitch does something so shocking to Emily that it sets the tone for the next: The apocalypse is near, and global extinction is happening right before Emily’s eyes. In the next 24 hours, Emily must try to survive with her mind, but she struggles with an almost unbeatable scenario.

An apocalyptic Lovecraftian thriller, unpredictable and full of twists and turns (there were a few moments that made me moan with fear and disgust), The Beach House is very similar to the recent Color from Space, but I preferred it because it put me on the wrong track. Fans of body horror will appreciate this film because it contains some really terrifying moments, and I am happy to announce that it is a completely apocalyptic film that knows no bounds. Solid! From writer/director Jeffrey A. Brown.

BEACHHUIS is available from the age of 15. December 2020 available on VOD, Digital, Blu-ray and DVD.

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