‘Everyone else will die’
Tonight She Comes is a 2016 American slasher horror film written and directed by Matt Stuertz (RWD). The synth score was composed by Wojciech Golczewski (We Are Still Here, Late Phases, Beyond the Gates). The Lamplight Films-Twenty Eighteen Seventy-Six production stars Nathan Eswine, Larissa White and Jenna McDonald.
After a girl goes missing, two of her friends and a mysterious set of strangers will find themselves drawn to the cabin in the woods where she disappeared. They will laugh, they will drink, they will kiss, they will enjoy each other’s bodies, and they must all die…
Tonight She Comes is released on DVD in the UK on 6 November 2017 by Studiocanal.
Buy DVD: Amazon.co.uk
“These ain’t just pretty people getting stalked in the woods, these are shaded characters with flaws and personalities. How rare is that in a backwoods horror? … It’s the type of horror we’ve been waiting for, and then some. Funny, scary, vomit-inducing, unpredictable and flat out insane. Watch it with the volume turned UP.” Elliott Maguire, UK Horror Scene
“Stuertz peppers this build-up with some off-kilter and extremely funny moments until the gallows humour really comes to the fore during a finale which will have you roaring with laughter whilst simultaneously grimacing and retching at the screen … stomachs will churn at the sheer volume of spraying viscera and bodily fluids.” Adam Lows, HeyUGuys
“When it was finished I was almost out of breath it moved so fast. If you’ve seen Beyond the Gates it’s the same composer. The movie actually draws a lot of inspiration from 80’s horror flicks, beyond the score. If you’re a fan of practical effects you’ll dig this too because there are a few moments, including the ending, that’ll make you cringe.” Jim Lincoln, Constantly Calibrating
” …not only another example of a great unique horror film this year, but may very well have given horror fans a name to look out for in the near future. A bizarre, satanic, gory, hilarious, disturbing and hugely fun movie.” Quays News
“…dull and interesting. It seems to think that it is enough to throw in as many genre elements as possible, without trying to be original or very creative with any of it. It’s a lazy and too self-aware movie, that falls flat in just about every department. It most definitely is not a scary horror flick to watch, though some of the gore is still pretty good.” Frank Veenstra, Boba_Fett1138.com
“Tonight She Comes is one of those horror flicks that just begs to be seen multiple times because you’re sure you missed something the last time you watched it […] Tonight She Comes also features top notch cinematography, sound design, and a music score for the ages. Some of the sounds and music bits will freak you out, but then that’s what they’re supposed to do.” Bryan Kristopowitz, 411 Mania
“The cast do their job effectively enough with Jenna McDonald’s Felicity the stand out, and Nathan Eswine’s James providing some comic relief. Tonight She Comes is a fun filled ride to the depth of hell and back, with some truly shocking moments…” Paul Downey, Bloody Flicks
Director Matt Stuertz talks to UK Horror Scene
Actress Dal Nicole talks to Rama’s Screen
James: “Oh, is that a naked girl? Shit, I haven’t got my phone. Can someone take a picture for me?”
Nathan Eswine, Larissa White, Jenna McDonald, Brock Russell, Cameisha Cotton, Dal Nicole, Adam Hartley (RWD), and Frankie Ray.