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Do you remember the first time you realized that you were capable of hurting a loved one? The makers of the ambitious, but ultimately misconceived horror drama “Don‘t Sleep” wrestle with that profound, formative trauma. Writer/director Rick Bieber announces the severity and portentousness of his film’s main theme by kicking off “Don‘t Sleep” with a Nietzsche quote about the burden of identifying with the darker aspects of your personality. This is minutes after we’re treated to a Z-grade quality dream sequence where a little boy named Zach (Dash Williams) wanders around a foggy marsh. Before he wakes up, Zach is taunted by a bald crone, shown the rotting, British-quality teeth of a little girl wearing a sack-cloth mask, and then assaulted by a sickly-looking evil twin. When Zach wakes up, he is taken to the office of inappropriately chipper therapist Dr. Summers (Cary Elwes), and told that he’s just having bad dreams, so why be scared of some bad nocturnal emissions?
If you’re willing to even momentarily fall for Dr. Summers’ weak tea reassurances, you may just fall for what Bieber is selling.
Don’t Sleep could have been a great horror movie. Too bad a great topic does not necessarily make a great film. Don’t Sleep movie reviews & Metacritic score: Shawn and Zach are young lovers who move into a guest house together on an estate owned by Mr. and Mrs.