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A chilling, psychological thriller from the producers of Split and Get Out, Topher Grace (Black Klansman, Spider-Man 3, Interstellar) stars as Tom, recently released from a mental institute, living under house arrest under the watchful eye of a hard-boiled parole officer (Patricia Clarkson). With the help of medication, Tom enjoys his freedom in the vacant home, until he finds mysterious passages to hidden rooms, receives mysterious calls, and sees horrifying visitors. Tom faces down his demons as he attempts to figure out if these happenings are real or Delirium.
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This movie is so dark that it is difficult to say "I loved it!" Because emotionally that left me feeling very much unnerved. Without giving spoilers I will say that it is more of a bittersweet ending. But I must tell you that is more bitter than sweet!
Prior to that, this movie was filmed in the classic Grade A Hollywood style. All the typical conventions of cinematography are used to good effect. As are all of the tricks of writing a suspenseful drama. You will be lost, dazed, and confused throughout much of the first half of this movie. That will add to the jittery feeling that you will get; it is almost as if you are living in the head of the lead character!
This is not one of those movies where the hero rides off into the sunset. It is anything but a feel-good movie. So I warn you, it is dark and foreboding. It will tug at everything good and decent in your heart, and in your mind. You will most likely be, as I was, uncertain… About most everything… Even about whether I liked this movie are not. I'm not even sure now as I write this review. But I would watch it again. And I have recommended already to friends and family. Because it's just that good, in a very bad way.
I was compelled to give five stars because the acting is top-notch, the writing gets a 9.5 out of 10, and the darkness is absolutely sickening. But not necessarily in a blood and gore way. It is sickening in the way that entering a home in which someone has become deceased in sickens you. You can sense the dread as you approach the home, and when you open that door for the first time, the scent of death feels your nostrils and pulls her guts up into your mouth. You gag. You vomit. And you never forget that smell.
If you're looking for a movie that is dank, odorous, and unnerving, then please do grab your favorite beverage and a bowl of hot buttered popcorn and enjoy this movie.