"It Comes at Night" is a postapocalyptic psychological thriller that suffered from misdirection and poor marketing. Going into the film, many viewers expected a monster movie, but what they got was anything but. While the film promised something it didn't deliver on, it's still a phenomenal movie about paranoia and isolation. It follows a small family surviving the apocalypse by isolating themselves in a remote home in the woods. After some time, they invite another family into their house who have a young son, believing there will be safety in numbers. Unfortunately, the family's paranoia eventually leads them to kill their guests, thinking they're infected. Only, in the end, they make a harrowing discovery.