“I CAN SEE YOU heralds a splendid new filmmaker
with one eye on genre mechanics, one eye on avant-garde conceits and a third eye for transcendental weirdness.
...Filmmaker Graham Reznick arrives with a bang."
- THE NEW YORK TIMES
“Without a doubt one of the
most intriguing and well-crafted low-budget horror films
in recent memory”
“Ultimately opting for Brakhage over butchery,
this surprising horror debut hits us where it hurts
by turning vision itself into a mind-frying source of anxiety…”
- VILLAGE VOICE
- NY POST
“Critically lauded pic… could build a cult following…
Reznick’s sound design effectively jangles nerves, and
two setpieces trumpet his visual prowess:
a languid lovemaking scene lit by indirect flashlight and a tour-de-force musical number”
"This tremendous debut from writer-director-editor-composer Graham Reznick...
goes from comic-realistic mode into full-on psycho meltdown with
more terrifying adroitness than any other movie of this decade...
See. It. Now."
"Graham Reznick steps out of the background and into the directorial spotlight in a major way...
There is a sequence midway through this film, set to a Badalamenti-esque score by Jeff Grace, that took my breath away."
- HAMMER TO NAIL
"I CAN SEE YOU is a true adventure:
Reznick has gone into the wilderness and come back with an extremely promising feature debut.
...Like I CAN SEE YOU, [THE VIEWER] evokes genre clichés in order to subvert them,
and the end result brings to mind Chris Marker or Alain Resnais."
- BALTIMORE CITY PAPER
"[I CAN SEE YOU is] a truly trippy experience...
haunting sound design and arresting visuals that will keep this film in you long after you see it."
"[THE VIEWER is] twenty minutes of pure perfection... simply fantastic from beginning to end,
one of the best shorts made in quite some time, and a sensory experience that is expertly done."
- THE COLONEL'S CRYPT
( I CAN SEE YOU ) (THE VIEWER)
"more of a head-trip than a scary flick – and why not have both?
...[Reznick] has created here something unusual and fresh."
- Turner Classic Movies' MOVIE MORLOCKS
"I Can See You is one of the most indefinable films I think I’ve ever seen... Reznick’s one to keep an eye on"
- DREAD CENTRAL
"I Can See You is an unsettlingly paced, contemporary horror piece accented with psychedelic visuals,
a twitchy sound design and some brief but effective violence...
Those who go along for the ride will find it memorably weird."
- VIDEO BUSINESS
"Reznick seems to have a
keen eye and ear for what makes a small budget film bristle
with a sort of alien kinetic energy"
- DIGITALLY OBSESSED