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“The Endless” is a sci-fi horror film that follows two brothers, Justin and Aaron, who escaped a cult a decade ago and have been struggling to adapt to the outside world. When they receive a mysterious video message from the cult's members, they decide to return to the cult's camp for a visit. However, strange and eerie occurrences begin to happen, and the brothers soon realize that the cult's beliefs may not have been as far-fetched as they initially thought.

Review:

“The Endless” has received critical acclaim for its unique blend of science fiction and horror, as well as its expert use of tension and suspense. The film is directed by and , who also star as the two brothers. The chemistry between the two actors is a highlight of the film, and their performances help to ground the story's more surreal elements. The film's eerie atmosphere and slow-burning sense of dread have been praised by critics and horror fans alike.

Awards:

“The Endless” has won several awards, including Best Film at the Paris International Fantastic Film Festival, Best Director at the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival, and Best Screenplay at the Sitges – Catalonian International Film Festival. It has also been nominated for several other awards, including Best Horror Film at the Fangoria Chainsaw Awards and Best Screenplay at the Independent Spirit Awards.

Popularity:

“The Endless” has gained a cult following since its release in 2017. The film's unique blend of genres and its thought-provoking story have earned it a dedicated fanbase. It currently has a 93% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes and has been praised by several prominent horror and science fiction critics. Despite its limited theatrical release, “The Endless” has become a sleeper hit on streaming services and has cemented Benson and Moorhead as two of the most exciting new voices in genre filmmaking.

Directed by
Written by
Produced by
Thomas R. Burke
David Lawson Jr.

Leal Naim
Starring




Cinematography
Edited by Michael Felker

Music by Jimmy LaValle
Production
companies
Rustic Films
Snowfort Pictures
Love & Death Productions
Pfaff & Pfaff Productions
Distributed by Well Go USA Entertainment
Release dates
Running time
111 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Box office $957,694

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