The cinematography (James Kniest who has additionally dealt with Annabelle) is tight, passes on the sentiment fear and will keep you on the edge of your seat, speculating about what is going to happen next. The embellishments are unobtrusive, and not the in-your-face assortment. But then, the air made by chief Phil Claydon, figures out how to hold a strained situation.
It is certainly not so much a dim film, as in other anticipation thrillers like It Follows and Babadook are. So essentially, without giving endlessly any spoilers, you will need to see this film to trust it. The sound impacts are very powerful. Yes, undoubtedly, there are hop alarms. Be that as it may, those are not of the old hat assortment that you will find in conventional blood and guts movies. Here, the embellishments group keeps matters downplayed.