The Ones Below (2016)

Director David Carr creates an eerie world which soon turns suspicious and creepy. Expecting parents Clemence Posey and Stephen Moore have new neighbours who move in below their apartment. The story takes many odd twists and turns which keep the audience doubtful, and keep switching sides. It all leads to a disturbing climax which is not entirely unpredictable, but sad and shocking nonetheless.

3/5

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