An auspicious directing debut from Jeffrey Reddick. Don’t Look Back is a handsomely-mounted and timely Twilight Zone-style allegory about personal responsibility in an age of increasing social alienation.
An eerie and timely tale of morality horror.
An ingenious thriller that blends today’s issues with supernatural scares and has the smartest ‘final girl’ in horror in years.
A clever twist on the supernatural stalker genre, with a topical, real-world edge.
A smart and haunting film that resonates in a world where iPhones and media have become all too prevalent.
Caitlin Kramer, a woman of faith overcoming a tragic past, is one of several people who witness Douglas Helton, a well-liked public figure being assaulted in a park and don’t intervene. When Douglas dies and the witnesses are “outed” to the public, they begin to die mysteriously. The public is largely unsympathetic, and think they’re being stalked by a person out for revenge. And there are several possible suspects; from the victim’s family and friends…to the dogged detective who’s taken a strong interest in the case.
But Caitlin, determined to seek redemption by solving Douglas’ murder, see signs, and experiences eerie events that lead her to believe that something far more insidious is after them…maybe the victim’s restless spirit, or even karma itself.
But whether the threat is human or supernatural, it’s very real. And Caitlin’s faith, strength and resolve will be tested as she fights to t unravel this mystery before she becomes the final victim.