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2022 1h 43m NR
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After his car breaks down, Glen spends one hell of an odd night with a married couple, setting into motion a chain of events that alter their lives plus those of several random strangers.
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Cast of Ultrasound
Ultrasound delivers a compelling mystery box through meticulous plotting, intentionally bewildering story shifts, and vibrant visual choices.
Steven Nguyen Scaife
Ultrasound never quite figures out how to keep going once its mysteries have been unraveled.
Mary Beth McAndrews
Ultrasound evokes a creeping sense of paranoia that may follow me for days to come.
Unbearably tense at times, Ultrasound executes its high-brow sci-fi concept with ease, while some unanswered threads can make it a frustrating watch.
A slow, mediocre mesh of absurdity and puzzling plot that isn't quite as fulfilling as it hopes to be.
Common Sense Media
Jeffrey M. Anderson
This tricky, unsettling puzzle-box sci-fi tale feels initially familiar, but it doles out its clues at all the right spots, in just the right proportions, until we're left brain-bent and gobsmacked.
The Saturday Evening Post
Even as it detonates any hope of relying on the frailty of human recollection, Ultrasound burrows into the subconscious, an earworm of haunting moments and eerie revelations.
Mark Reviews Movies
Once the pieces of the filmmakers' puzzle come together ... we're left wondering what it has to say and why it matters...
The screenplay waits too long to start providing answers, causing the intrigue to morph into impatience, and finally into apathy.
FilmWeek (KPCC - NPR Los Angeles)
This is the kind of ambitious, surprising, unexpected, ultra low-budget movie that, as a critic, you just love to see turn up.
Part thriller, part suspense, and part science fiction -- it is important to remain engaged the entire time because if you miss something, it could effect your enjoyment of the film. It is ridiculously enjoyable.
New York Times
Like too many movies, "Ultrasound" is better at setting up its story than delivering on its promise, as if the filmmakers were still pitching ideas in the elevator.
Third Coast Review
A genuinely tense and freaky work that starts out making sense. Good luck holding on once questions about reality and mind experiments are introduced.
Ultrasound is an intriguing and sometimes sickening look at what happens when you gaslight an unreliable narrator.
Although it tests your patience with its labyrinthine structure, this confusing yet intriguing blend of horror and science fiction pays off with some sharp and stylish twists.
Schroeder's film offers an alternative path for modern gothic: not heavy underfoot but twisty and looping, with no hint of a moral quest.
There's a limit to how long a movie can mess with viewers' minds, and "Ultrasound" eventually crosses that threshold.
Los Angeles Times
The film's overall tone is a bit dry, and the narrative lacks tension, aside from its central mystery. But the performances are strong, and the points the filmmakers are making about the slipperiness of memory do resonate.
An uncanny sci-fi thriller, Ultrasound is a mind-bending and inventive premise with some interesting twists and turns but ultimately leaves you wanting more.
It's a sort of lo-fi indie spin on the politically charged, sardonic diabolical-conspiracy terrain of The Manchurian Candidate, a movie that looks more prescient with each passing year.
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