James Naylor's original thriller, A Dark Matter, explores the psychomachy of our hero in a way that causes us to sit on the edge of our seats, begging to know what's next. It's a dark ride that plays on the use of narrative as intelligently as the early Twilight Zone series. Right when we think we know what's going on, the plot gets twisted. Beautifully shot with a cast of upcoming actors who greatly execute their lines. The love relationships between the actors seem genuine and nothing seems contrived. Even the minimal use of special effects seem top notch at a Hollywood level, putting us in a surreal Bunuel world and conjuring symbolism to further subplots, ever deepening our story. The result is a film with a great deal of thought that has gone into the story. I highly recommend this movie for all lovers of suspense, sci-fi and horror genres.