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Stewart St. John
Eric Scott Woods,
More and more UFO sightings occur every day. Across the globe people are losing time, friends and loved ones disappear, while the Men in Black are perpetually lurking in the background. In a sleepy seaside village, three women search the skies for a sighting of a UFO that is repeatedly haunting the area. Every day they venture out until one day they return having completely lost 4 hours from their lives. Their need to understand the UFO's and why they are here opens a world they could never have imagined and takes them into the heart of a dark and secretive universe populated by the Men in Black. Coming face to face with the unknown, they begin to realize that they have been profoundly affected by their encounter. To make matters worse, they begin to evolve into something amazing, yet horrifying - something beyond their worst nightmares. Beware the Dark Watchers. Written by
This is nowhere near "the worst movie ever made" or even a "bland school project". It is, in my estimation, a fairly good and somewhat serious dramatization of the Men In Black mythology as outlined originally in Gray Barker's "They Knew Too Much About Flying Saucers" (1956) and its sequel, Albert K. Bender's "The Flying Saucers and the Three Men" (1962).
The acting is reasonably credible and it doesn't hurt that the leading ladies are young & beautiful. The camera work is above average and the cinematography is quite interesting and the black & white sequences are artfully employed. I really enjoyed the incidental music too and felt that it added a lot to the suspense.
If you're interested in the MIB mythology, I'd suggest giving this a view. It won't provide any revelations on the topic but I think it's a well-crafted film that deserves better reviews than it's getting here.
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