Release Date Dark Skies Feb 22, 2013 Wide
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Actors For Dark SkiesKeri Russell,Josh Hamilton,Dakota Goyo,Kadan Rockett,J.K. Simmons,L.J. Benet,Annie Thurman,Jake Washburn,Ron Ostrow,Tom Costello,Marion Kerr,Alyvia Alyn Lind,Josh Stamberg,Tiffany Jeneen,Brian Stepanek,Judith Moreland,Adam Schneider,Jessica Fay Borden,Ken Meseroll,Trevor St. John
Genres Dark Skies : Mystery & Suspense,Horror
Visitor Ranting & Critics For Dark SkiesUser Ranting Dark Skies : 3.7
User Percentage For Dark Skies : 64 %
User Count Like for Dark Skies : 9,224
All Critics Ranting For Dark Skies : 4.8
All Critics Count For Dark Skies : 72
All Critics Percentage For Dark Skies : 36 %
Review For Dark SkiesTime and again, Stewart squanders the opportunity to do anything remotely interesting or worthwhile ...
Tom Huddleston-Time Out
There's little to fear from this rather tame genre outing.
Justin Lowe-Hollywood Reporter
Dark Skies is sort of supernatural, but it's really more super natural....[it's] about the fragility of family, a muted meditation on how precious it is.
Stewart has some lofty ambitions, some of which he almost fulfills.
Alan Scherstuhl-Village Voice
Those elements are employed with consummate dexterity.
Andy Webster-New York Times
Dark Skies is a bore that even the most forgiving genre buffs will find difficult to defend or endure.
Peter Sobczynski-Chicago Sun-Times
Think Paranormal Activity, but with aliens instead of ghosts and you'll have a good idea of what to expect.
James O'Ehley-Sci-Fi Movie Page
The movie's scares come from reaction shots and lingering tension rather than close-ups of aliens.
...the film, for the most part, contains many elements that have been employed in other similarly-themed endeavors...
David Nusair-Reel Film Reviews
The movie promises fireworks--and it delivers.
Bill Chambers-Film Freak Central
yet another example of horror that can't make up its mind, and as a result, can't satisfy
Bill Gibron-Film Racket
What body-snatches this beyond being another haunted-home flick is the attention to family breakdown rather than another scare around the next dark corner. It's more about eerieness and creepiness than outlandish confrontations and gory shocks.
Brian Gibson-Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada)
It could be a test case for copyright law.
Ed Whitfield-The Ooh Tray
Expectations of originality soon cloud over, leading towards the kind of quick ending at 97 minutes which kills any sign of blue sky thinking.
Graham Young-Birmingham Mail
It's never uninteresting.
A moderately effective supernatural tale, an allegory for our anxious times in which a suburban American family appears to be targeted by some malign force that is, as we used to say, "not of this world".
Philip French-Observer [UK]
A baffling bore.
Christopher Tookey-Daily Mail [UK]
Zero points for originality, but interestingly messy at the same time.
David Jenkins-Little White Lies
There are some good ideas here, just not enough frights.
Henry Fitzherbert-Daily Express
An old-fashioned scary movie; a sci-fi horror that is a workmanlike piece of film-making, with some effective shocks, cheerfully borrowing from other sources, most obviously Spielberg.
Peter Bradshaw-Guardian [UK]
If the dour home-invasion chiller Dark Skies needs one thing, it's aliens with more novel ideas.
Tim Robey-Daily Telegraph
Dark Skies is a good story, well told and one that keeps you on the edge of your seat.
A psychological thriller aiming to avoid the straitjacket of formula.
Tim Evans-Sky Movies
By parading out every tired trope from the sci-fi and horror genres, Dark Skies is unintentional self-parody, and quite dreadful indeed.
Shaun Munro-What Culture
Dark Skies is a watchable supernatural thriller with a handful of effectively creepy moments, but it's let down by a clichéd script, a lack of imagination and a soporific lead performance from Keri Russell.