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||IMDB Rating: 5.3/10 from PG-13 votes
||Release: 19 March 2013 (USA) /
||Genre: Horror, Thriller
||Director: Matthew Arnold,
||Stars: Alison Eastwood, Angelena Swords, Anne Dudek, Billy Slaughter, Bryan Massey, Christopher Berry, Dallas Roberts, Gary Grubbs, Han Soto, Jonathan Baron, Marco St. John, Mariah Bonner, Mattie Liptak, Ritchie Montgomery, Tony Schiena
||Synopsis: A radio talk show host unravels a conspiracy about encounters with mysterious beings known as The Shadow People and their role in the unexplained deaths of several hundred victims in the 1980s.
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Rarely do I come across anything in my viewing of horror movies that
makes me jumpy or paranoid after turning the TV off. Most times I enjoy
the film and then go on about my business with no worries. However,
every once in a while a true gem of fear comes along and leaves its
imprint on me as I shut off all the lights in the house and head to
bed. Matthew Arnold's "Shadow People" had me searching the walls and
windows for ghastly spots of unexplained darkness after watching it.
Participants in an experimental sleep study in the 1970s report seeing
strange shadowy figures. They and several hundred other individuals die
in their sleep soon after. The phenomenon was given the name SUNDS,
which stands for "Sudden Unexplained Nocturnal Death Syndrome." Doctors
wouldn't talk about the shadows.
In the present, failing radio talk show host Charlie Crowe begins
receiving calls from a teenager claiming shadowy intruders are coming
for him. At first, Charlie believes the kid is mentally ill. His theory
is challenged when the boy dies in his sleep. Things get even weirder
when listeners of his talk show and people he tells about the
mysterious shadowy figures begin dying in their sleep. Are these
clusters of deaths a coincidence or are there sinister nocturnal forces
"Shadow People" takes the sort of ideas our nightmares are made of and
puts them in a visual package. Everything you've ever thought about
someone or something watching you in your sleep is brought to life in
this creepy little indie film.
Director Matthew Arnold shows great promise through his mastery of
timing. He has a knack for setting up what you would expect to be your
typical jump scare and somehow delivering it in an off-tempo manner
that leaves the viewer surprised and shuddering.
I can't say I completely agree with every choice of filmmaking he used
for "Shadow People." The movie is presented in the manner of many true
crime TV shows are. It's a re-enactment of "true events" with the
actual people involved giving their commentary along the way. The
concept is interesting but gets a bit distracting as the terror
Many religious individuals would express their belief that shadow
people are demons or evil spirits. Much like in "The Possession" or
"The Exorcist," the person has brought something into their house that
allowed the entity access. I am of that mindset more so than any other
concept brought up in this.
If I were to compare "Shadow People" to other movies out there just as
a way to spark people's interest, "The Ring" and "The Apparition"
immediately come to mind. By no means is this a carbon copy of either
of those films. They just came to mind as I sat watching it.
"Shadow People" is that rare horror movie that leaves a lasting
impression on its audience. The fear might wear off over time, but
you'll never completely stop thinking about it. We all wake up in the
middle of the night gasping for air, feeling like something is sitting
on us, or thinking we're being watched. Is it just our imagination or
could it be the shadow people?
Tags for Shadow People Full Movie
, Angelena Swords
, Anne Dudek
, Billy Slaughter
, Bryan Massey
, Christopher Berry
, Dallas Roberts
, Gary Grubbs
, Han Soto
, Jonathan Baron
, Marco St. John
, Mariah Bonner
, Mattie Liptak
, Ritchie Montgomery
, Tony Schiena
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