The writer/director lets us in on the inspirations behind her splashy festival fave.
Jill Gevargizian's debut is one of 2020’s finest horror features.
The genre darling's celebrated sophomore feature hits theatres and on-demand next month.
You might think that the scariest thing in this film would be nightly, violent attacks by a terrifying man, but these are merely the catalyst for the real horror.
Tribeca ’19 Movie Review: “SOMETHING ELSE,” something different, something great (now titled “AFTER MIDNIGHT”)
For about 90 percent of its running time, this isn’t horror, it’s…something else. But that 10 percent does contain one of the biggest scares I’ve had in a theater in recent memory.