This new flight for Miguel Angel Jimenez is an English-dialect, U.S. set thriller set in and around a relinquished mine.
The credit arrangement of The Night Watchman and its most recent 15 minutes may have originated from two distinct movies. The principal, the narrative of an unusual family get-together set in an unspecified boondocks U.S. area, is intriguing and alarming; the second, set at the base of a mine, is schlocky, over-the-beat slasher admission. Pulling the two together was continually going to be an intense call, and unavoidably producer Miguel Angel Jimenez doesn’t pull it off. In any case, there’s sufficient going ahead in this outwardly convincing respect to the darker side of woodlands Americana to make it at last worth viewing.