An eerie discomfort presents itself in the opening shot and continues on through the thankfully short run-time of this family-style horror. This is Trey Edward Shults directorial debut. I was lucky to watch (and love) It Comes At Night so I was interested in seeing what else he can do. The man has talent. He has created two low-budget films that are way creepier than any of the big studios horror films because they have depth and complexity. Concepts that mainstream horror tend to leave to the side for a few extra jump scares. Krisha is not an enjoyable watch. I couldn't wait for it to end. But the feeling that the movie created was pressing and powerful. Keep an eye out for Trey Edward Shults.