GFF 2013 Review: Sleep Tight (2013)

Sleep Tight

Sleep Tight sees Spanish writer and director Jaume Balagueró step back into the stoplight without [REC] co-director Paco Plaze with a markedly different kind of horror film – one set to a slower pace and removed of all-out carnage. The result is a masterclass in suspense that’s likely to send shudders down its baying audiences’ spines as screenwriter Alberto Marini touches on a nerve as he asks the unsettling, yet unspoken question of what happens when you’re asleep. Continue reading “GFF 2013 Review: Sleep Tight (2013)”