"CREEPY ENOUGH TO MAKE YOU HOPE THE THEATRE PARKING LOT IS BRIGHTLY LIT."
"A SOLID, SPOOKY SAGA."
"ALL THE NASTY, TINY JOLTS THROUGHOUT THE MOVIE DO PRICK THE SKIN NICELY. Director Anderson has a knack for creating unsettling atmospheres."
"**** YOU WANT FRIGHTENING? THIS FLICK BRINGS ON THE CHILLS! You'll find yourself white-knuckled and sinking into your seat."
"Director Anderson has created quite an eerie horror film."
"An enjoyably unsettling thriller. It bears a striking resemblance to Romero’s original NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD."
"Wonderfully shot in deep, bleak shadows. Anderson starts Vanishing as an apocalypse thriller and moves on to a surprisingly poignant character piece. The cast is uniformly excellent."
"You want frightening? This flick brings on the chills! Brad Anderson’s scariest since SESSION 9. You’ll never look at a shadow quite the same again."
"A good, classic horror-thriller throwback. If you're a horror-thriller fan, you definitely need to check out the film no matter what."
VANISHING ON 7TH STREET taps into one of humankind’s most primal anxieties: fear of the dark. An unexplained blackout plunges the city of Detroit into total darkness, and by the time the sun rises, only a few people remain—surrounded by heaps of empty clothing, abandoned cars and lengthening shadows. A small handful of strangers that have survived the night (Hayden Christensen, Thandie Newton, John Leguizamo and Jacob Latimore) each find their way to a rundown bar. With daylight beginning to disappear completely and whispering shadows surrounding the survivors, they soon discover that the enemy is the darkness itself.