Shut In

Shut In

Director: Farren Blackburn Cast: Naomi Watts, Oliver Platt, Charlie Heaton

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Product Details

Release Date: 05/08/2018
UPC: 0031398288008
Original Release: 2016
Rating: PG-13
Source: Lions Gate
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Sales rank: 13,839

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Naomi Watts Mary
Oliver Platt Dr. Wilson
Charlie Heaton Stephen
Jacob Tremblay Tom
David Cubitt Doug
Clementine Poidatz Lucy
Ellen David Joan
Alex Braunstein Aaron
Crystal Balint Grace
Tim Post Sheriff
Peter Outerbridge Richard
Anton Chevier Stephen 5 Years Old
Thomas Macedo Stephen 9 Years Old

Technical Credits
Farren Blackburn Director
Emmanuel Augeard Sound/Sound Designer
Paul Denham Austerberry Production Designer
Selim Azzazi Sound Editor
Baxter Editor
Benoit Beaulieu Cinematographer
Yves Belanger Cinematographer
Stephane Bucher Sound/Sound Designer
Louis Collin Sound Editor,Sound/Sound Designer
Louis Craig Special Effects Supervisor
Buck Deachman Asst. Director
Trish Dolman Executive Producer
Romuald Drault Executive Producer
Lisa Ellzey Executive Producer
Odette Gadoury Costumes/Costume Designer
Olivier Glaas Production Manager
Ginette Guillard Production Manager
Christine Haebler Producer
Kevin Hemmingson Sound/Sound Designer
Alexandre Hernandez Sound Editor
Christina Hodson Screenwriter
Francois-Joseph Hors Sound/Sound Designer
Andrea Kenyon Casting
Louis Rene Landry Art Director
Claude Leger Producer
David Linde Executive Producer
John Maccuspie Special Effects Supervisor
Alexandre Mahout Musical Direction/Supervision
Nathaniel Mechaly Score Composer
Tory Metzger Executive Producer
Maryline Monthieux Editor
Chantal Page Casting
Sylvain Proulx Producer
Kate Ringsell Casting
Charlotte Rouleau Art Director
Sinan Saber Asst. Director
Mandy Spencer-Phillips Production Manager
Jeremy Stanbridge Art Director
Lucinda Syson Casting
Johanne Titley Casting
Jonathan Vanger Executive Producer
Ken Yasumoto Sound/Sound Designer
Ariel Zeitoun Producer

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Shut In 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
KimHeniadis More than 1 year ago
I was so disappointed in this movie, it had great potential, but fell flat. I will say that the acting was done well, especially by Naomi Watts. She did a phenomenal job portraying someone who thinks they are going crazy, as well as someone who feels guilty about not being able to care for her step-son anymore. There was a couple of jump scares and the basement scenes that helped to drive up the tension. There was a bit more of a horror aspect towards the end of the movie, which was done well. And I did like that most of the movie was light enough that you could actually see what was going on. Now as for what I didn’t like about it, as well as what I think would have been a better ending (courtesy of my step-dad’s imagination). Spoilers Ahead. Major Spoilers Ahead, so stop reading if you don’t want to know what happens. As soon as the little boy got lost, I immediately called that he was alive and living in her walls. The part that I couldn’t figure out was why. I figured he had a good relationship with Mary that he would have came right to her instead of hiding. Then as soon as she started tripping and having weird dreams, I knew her stepson was able to move around and drug her. This may not have been as apparent to a lot of people, so I can let that slide. And it also explains why Tom hides in the walls, because Stephen doesn’t want him there and is trying to find him quietly so Mary doesn’t know he can walk around. The part that really got me was how all of a sudden (at least to the audience), Stephen was obsessed with Mary. They could have somehow showed it earlier before the accident, and I think that would have increased the creep factor. How it should have ended would be having Stephen kill everyone, and then get back into bed and continue to act like he was still paralyzed. It would have given it a Primal Fear vibe, which would have been awesome.