Don’t Look Back: Review

Don't Look Back

Caitlin Kramer (Kourtney Bell) has a good life, a great relationship with her father, (Orlando Eric Street) and Josh (Skyler Hart), a wonderful man who loves her. Then one day as her father is visiting, Caitlin opens the door and has her home invaded by a group of masked thugs. In a matter of seconds, they have knocked her down and killed her father.

Sometime later after Caitlin has recovered and is going to grief counselling, she takes a stroll through the park and sees a handsome man and she smiles and turns away to go about her day. However, as soon as she does the man is brutally attacked and beaten to death. There are many onlookers, but nobody seems to want to get involved to stop the attack with some even filming the attack, but Caitlin starts to feel guilty about what she witnessed and did nothing.

She then decides to go to an open-air vigil held by Lucas (Will Stout), the brother of the man who died and from that point Caitlin starts experiencing supernatural visions. Not to mention she starts fearing for her life when the other witnesses that were in the park that day are being killed one by one by what she thinks is a supernatural force.



Don’t Look Back is a horror movie with a made for television quality and an incredibly predictable plot. Whereas some horror movies try to do something different, Don’t Look Back is a horror movie that anybody could happily watch with their grandparents on a Sunday afternoon.

There are attempts at jump scares, but they just seem to be inspired by other horror movies and are somewhat inconsistent. So, if you are looking for a good horror movie which will at least unnerve you, Don’t Look Back may not be for you.

However, if you are looking for a horror movie that’s incredibly cheesy, predictable and easy to watch then Don’t Look Back is perfectly fine.

You may know exactly where it’s going by about the first ten minutes, but sometimes there’s something comforting about something so familiar.  


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