Bleak and multi-layered, the performances are solid throughout, the film benefiting enormously from stylish cinematography.
It is not just in its writing and direction that Housebound excels; the production design is a feast for the eyes.
With its engaging themes of destiny, fate, and redemption, After emerges as a strangely touching and haunting film.
While it is often overlooked, it is an effective horror flick with a dark sense of unease that is still incredibly palpable.
Showcases a great deal of devil in its detail, with a tight-knit, metaphysical framework that may require multiple viewings.
The final act crosses the line between fantastical to slightly amusing ridiculousness.