Don’t Blink Review With Spoiler Ending (2014)


I watch lots of horror movie and I usually either like it or hate it. This movie is in between.

The Story

The movie starts out like any other horror movies. Bunch of friends are driving up to remote cabin for the weekend. Soon as they are a the cabin, weird things starts to happen. One at time, each one of them are disappearing in thin air. This quickly crests friction and uneasiness between them.  It’s probably not a good idea to say anything more than that.

The Review (Spoiler Free)

I wouldn’t categorize this movie as a horror. It’s has bit of sci-fi flare to it like one of the episode from Twilight zone.  I was some what entertained by the movie, but I wasn’t fully satisfied. But I am sure many of you will think the movie is a crap. But since this movie is low budget movie, I have to be bit forgiving.

This is one of those movie where it builds up to the big ending. I thought the ending bit cliche and not satisfying.  It is very ambiguous and left you with more questions.

By the way, Brian Austin Green is in the movie. 


Spoiler Ending (Spoiler Warning!!)

We see that people started to disappear one at a time.  At the end of the movie, there is one lone survivor as police arrive. We also see that there are government officials who arrives in black suite and black cars. Next thing you see is that all the police and firemen disappeared with only the lone survivor left standing.  Soon, she disappeared without any explanation.  The movie is left as ambiguous to making the viewers guessing and thinking.

So where are these people disappeared to?  Perhaps in a different dimension?  What caused the disappearance?  Perhaps seeing government officials at the end of the movie, they have something to do with it?  Perhaps some kind of government experiment?  You be the judge!

In the Nutshell

It’s a decent movie to watch on Friday night in Netflix when you have nothing to do. I give 3 out of 5 stars.

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Genre: Sci-fi Mystery Horror

Rotten Tomato Rating: 19%

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  1. The most stupid movie in the world. There’s no meaning in the movie. Like what the darkness got them ??? Hello have some kind of story line or reason behind the disappeance of them all, like how did y’all come up with this, My English teacher would’ve gave me a big fat F

  2. i for one loved the it kept me on edge the entire time and left a huge mystery on to where the disapeared and what was the cause for disaperance

    1. It reminded me of a real life incident where something similar happened, but it was in North Carolina, not Colorado.

    2. You are an idiot to story telling to think that you are perfectly happy to be lost in the dark!!
      That is as stupid as watching a whole story and the hero/heroine dies. Stupid. Waste of precious time and money.

  3. I really like the science fiction element of this movie. My thoughts go to alien abduction. There are so many unanswered questions. The biggest one for me is why the temperature drop was so sudden.
    Still I found it very entertaining and it kept my attention..

  4. I dont like the fact that the movie ended with no kind of explanation at all about where these people all vanished too. It just ended in mid air. I dont like movies like this. If there was a part two then fine, end it on suspense, but to just leave the viewer wondering what the heck. Then no. I will rate this movie a 3 star. There was no conclusion here. Boooo!!

  5. I think this movie was an allegory for our earthly existence. To this point, The other day I mentioned to my millennial personal trainer that I watched “Cleopatra” with Elizabeth Taylor. His response was … Oh is Elizabeth your girlfriend ?? If a movie legend like Elizabeth Taylor was removed from this earthly existence without a trace. What does that say for the rest of us???
    Its just a testimony to the underlying theme of this film…. That’s what I got out of it

  6. I honestly thought this was going to be a psychiatric patient and their many personalities being erased one by one… I thought Jack was the patient, and that idea stuck until where he… disappeared? Then I thought, well maybe it was Claire who was the patient being treated? Or maybe it was even still Jack as the patient, and the personality Claire would finally have her time to shine? Anyways… big letdown at the end. Kind of like they juat gave up and decided it was aliens.

      1. Technically that’s the plot for the movie, Identity, with John Cusack, Ray Liotta, and Amanda Peet. It’s about a group of strangers cut off from the rest of the world, who then are mysteriously killed off, until you learn that they’re isolated was not random.

  7. I loved this movie especially where it left the watchers to come to their own conclusions as to what was happening , it still gives me a sore head trying to figure it out . I assume that’s the idea of the film to get watchers thinking and come up with their own ending in that respect it has been well made .


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