by Citizen Rules
There's even a nod to the famous original scene where a woman has hid from the aliens in an old farm house and with her back turned to a broken window a long creepy alien hand grabs her shoulder!
I think it's pretty telling that this is actually the first time I've watched a Shyamalan film in almost a decade and also the second actual Shyamalan film I've watched (after The Sixth Sense, which was alright at first even though I already knew the twist before watching and haven't given much thought to since).
by The Rodent
All in all, though its a marmite film for movie goers, its still a relatively deep movie and has its fair share of jumps, sci-fi, mystery, comedy and tragedy and is Shayamalans best written work next to Unbreakable.
Signs is Shyamalan's best work and the best entry in the trilogy of films he did before his films started becoming full of twists and downright stupid.
This is just a film that I think you have to see sometime, because this is like the ultimate love-it-or-hate-it movie to me, because most people seem to either love it or hate.
Whereas most films about these sorts of things depict a small group of people spreading the word, and the ever-growing reaction to what happens, this film stays almost solely on the Hess family throughout.