Trey Edward Shults

writer and director of "It Comes At Night"

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Writer and director of "It Comes At Night".

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The new film “It Comes at Night” takes place in a remote house in the woods. People are being killed by a horrible unnamed plague.

'It Comes at Night:' A family drama with horror overtones

The new film “It Comes at Night” takes place in a remote house in the woods. People are being killed by a horrible unnamed plague.

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