Excerpt: Striking sci-fi mood piece, all eeriness and ookiness, wonder and dread. Explicitly Twilight Zone–esque, summoning a midcentury-America innocence in order to shatter its narrowness (and our own).
Excerpt: Expertly weaves together amateur sleuth characters, late ‘50s production design, camera movements to emphasize place and storytelling, and stirs it up in a Twilight Zone pot. Andrew Patterson creates a masterpiece of suspense and wonder.
Excerpt: If Andrew Patterson can evoke something as grand as Spielberg’s Close Encounters of the Third Kind for under a million bucks, I pray to the movie gods that someone gives him a giant Hollywood budget. We need to see what wonders he might conjure with it.