One of those films that's very difficult to review as it's best watched pretty much cold, Adam Randall's very fine thriller indeed gets a UK Blu-ray release courtesy of Arrow Films.
In a small town children are disappearing, and the method of abduction seems to be the same as that of a paedophile convicted for the crimes fifteen years ago and who is still in prison. That's not the only problem Detective Greg Harper (Jon Tenney) is currently having to deal with. His wife (Helen Hunt) has recently had an affair, their teenaged son Connor (Judah Lewis) is acting out as a result, and on top of all that, strange inexplicable things are happening in the family house.
I SEE YOU works very well indeed, and the credit for that can be given to its director. In lesser hands the complex interweaving and piling up of incident upon incident might have the viewer questioning some of the less believable aspects, but it's all so skilfully put together that such questions only occur after the film has finished. It's a clever piece of work and definitely worth catching up with and as I've said above, you really shouldn't read any more about it before watching. It's also likely you'll learn a new word (I certainly did).
Arrow's Blu-ray comes with a commentary track from Adam Randall and producer Matt Waldeck. There's also a making of and separate interviews with Helen Hunt and Randall. You also get a featurette on the filming of the opening scene, trailers and an image gallery. The first pressing of the disc comes with a booklet featuring new writing on the film from Anton Bitel. There's a warning at the start which I'll reiterate - don't read it before watching the film!
Adam Randall's I SEE YOU is out on Blu-ray from Arrow Films on Monday 25th May 2020