Lucy and Daniel Barrett (Keri Russell and Josh Hamilton are suburban parents trying to get by and provide for their sons. The struggles of normal life become extraordinary as the Barretts start to experience an escalating series of disturbing phenomena occurring around their home.
Soon, the Barretts begin falling victim to alarming physical and mental afflictions, leading them to believe that they are being targeted by an unimaginable deadly force which they must uncover by any means necessary.
From the team behind Insidious and Sinister, comes the next chapter in a truly terrifying supernatural thriller.
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Dark Skies is easily one of the scariest sci-fi horror film I've ever seen! That's no surprise really when you consider the guys behind Paranormal Activity, Sinister and Insidious (some of the scariest - and most popular - horror movies of recent years) are responsible for this. Similar to these movies, Dark Skies has a much more science-fiction based threat that manages to play with your mind, toy with your nerves and give you plenty of shocks and jumps throughout. With it's focus on a very likeable and believable family, Dark Skies is very similar to films like Sinister, Amityville Horror and The Entity and it really makes you relate to the characters. This makes for a film shrouded with an unshakable sense of doom and dread, with characters that you actually care for - which is pretty rare in horror films now and something that defiantly helps make this movie as frightening as it is. The thought of alien abduction alone is very unnerving, but Dark Skies manages to get into your mind on a deeper psychological level, with an intense build up to the dramatic finale. With a superb cast, Dark Skies is an unmissable horror film for people looking for a psychological horror movie that will be on your mind way after the film has finished. An excellent movie that's a must for those who enjoyed Sinister, Insidious, Signs, The Amityville Horror and Poltergeist. Highly recommended!
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