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The Unseen

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Gemma and Will are shattered when their son dies in an accident. Gemma blames herself and starts to have panic attacks that affect her eyesight - and the audience's point of view. Will, tormented, believes he is hearing his son's voice calling out to him. To escape their grief, Gemma suggests they take up Paul's offer to stay at his Lake District country getaway.
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Times (UK)
A committed central performance from Jasmine Hyde can't quite save this half-baked thriller that matches jarring tonal leaps and narrative ineptitude with unfortunate echoes of superior films.
December 14, 2017
Total Film
Sinyor's film is turgid, flabby and - despite some committed performances and great ideas - toothless, with neither tension nor bite.
December 15, 2017
Flick Filosopher
A portrait of grief and guilt that's only mildly engaging, until it morphs into a wannabe psychological thriller and turns limp, laughable, and just plain icky.
December 15, 2017
Daily Express (UK)
A sincere effort but it all feels entirely predictable and underwhelming.
December 15, 2017
Due to issues with pacing and control of the narrative, it doesn't quite come together, and the necessary chill isn't properly refrigerated.
December 14, 2017
Sunday Times (UK)
Gary Sinyor's film has a basic but effective way of jangling its viewers' nerves at selected moments. One thing the visual trickery can't blot out, though, is the plot's unhelpful daftness.
December 17, 2017