Review: Cold Comes The Night (2013)

Cold Comes The Night

There’s nothing worse than a dull film – one free of distinguishable factors that’s neither terrible nor outstanding, but merely sufficient. And that, regrettably, is the perfect way to describe crime-thriller Cold Comes The Night. The second feature from Chicago-born screenwriter and director Tze Chun may capture a decently dark and eerie mood through its motel backdrop, but is too lacking in both an upholding narrative and worthwhile payoff to fully engage audiences. Continue reading “Review: Cold Comes The Night (2013)”