The Visit arrives lugging some baggage. It’s directed by M. Night Shyamalan, and it’s a found-footage horror movie. For many film fans, just one of those factors would be an automatic turnoff. But The Visit has one really big thing going for it: it’s entertaining as hell.
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If movies were baseball, M. Night Shyamalan would be out. He put out three bombs in a row, but the director is still going. In fact, Shyamalan just pulled off a new twist—this time for his own career. We talked to Shyamalan about how he hopes to make a comeback with his micro-budget thriller, The Visit.
M. Night Shyamalan gets into (at least partially) found footage-style horror with his new film The Visit. In the trailer, we meet the brother and sister who go to Nana and Papa’s house — only to learn that something very, very weird is going on with their grandparents.
Behold the befuddling, yet enticing trailer for Michael Madsen's The Visit. Part of the 2015 Sundance lineup, this is the first look we're getting at the mockumentary that asks how the world would respond to alien life.