Don't Blink

Don't Blink

By Travis Oates

  • Genre: Horror
  • Release Date: 2016-02-22
  • Advisory Rating: 15
  • Runtime: 1h 32min
  • Director: Travis Oates
  • Production Company: WindowLight Pictures
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: GBP 3.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: GBP 0.99
4.7/10
4.7
From 72 Ratings

Description

Ten friends on a college break, take a road trip into the mountains of New Mexico. Their destination is a secluded resort so far off the beaten track that it takes a full tank of petrol to get there. Upon arrival, they find the resort is completely deserted. With their cars out of fuel and no phone signal, the friends are forced to stay in the hope that help will come. But when members of the group suddenly begin disappearing in the blink of an eye, the realisation that something is very wrong begins to grow, as does the tension within the group.

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Reviews

  • Creepy

    4
    By Dior&gucciforever
    I liked this film, found it quite creepy. And it’s a good watch for only 99p rental
  • Worst film ever

    1
    By The Pieman Live on
    An embarrassment as a script/concept and a waste of time and money. There’s no twist or interesting explanation or even a hook to keep you interested. Just the same thing happening over and over. The only horrific aspect is the acting. Don’t for one second consider the pretentious nonsense in the first review. The first review I’ve ever written but I felt compelled to oust this sham!
  • A fantastic addition to my science-fiction thriller list

    5
    By cttomkinson
    Watching this film took a mature reflective look at an age old science-fiction concept. It reminded in some ways of Fin, an equally good film though last time I check it was only available with English subtitles. This film is for those audiences who need something that makes them think and doesn’t mind being left with a screwed-up head afterwards. Though providing with some excellent acting. I hope all of the people who had any part to do with this film are very proud of themselves. More films like this please!

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