Just when you thought no one could rework classic sci fi, along comes, No One Will Save You.
This film is driven by sight and sound, evoking a Rockwell flavoured 50's charm, juxtaposed starkly, with an austere, almost Lovecraft-ian alien other. Its a film that's as endearing familiar as its, terrifyingly other worldly and it works beautifully.
The end is intriguing too, raising questions what it means to be saved and who the real aliens, are.
In summary, clever in its simplicity, visually and audibly expressive, at times familiar and terrifying, balanced by a thought provoking finale... read the rest.