It Follows

After a seemingly innocent sexual encounter, Jay finds herself plagued by strange visions and the inescapable sense that someone, something, is following her.

Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • Jay Height: Maika Monroe
  • Paul: Keir Gilchrist
  • Greg Hannigan: Daniel Zovatto
  • Hugh: Jake Weary
  • Yara: Olivia Luccardi
  • Kelly Height: Lili Sepe
  • Annie: Bailey Spry
  • Woman with Groceries: Carollette Phillips
  • Annie’s Father: Loren Bass
  • Neighbor Boy: Charles Gertner
  • Mrs. Height: Debbie Williams
  • Mrs. Redmond: Ruby Harris
  • Mrs. Hannigan: Leisa Pulido
  • Police Officer: D.J. Oliver
  • Teacher: Linda Boston
  • Old Woman in Pajamas: Ingrid Mortimer
  • Chatting Girl: Kourtney Bell
  • Girl in Kitchen: Alexyss Spradlin
  • Giant Man: Mike Lanier
  • Greg’s Date (Pretty Girl in Car): Claire Sloma
  • Homeless Man Behind Tree: Scott Norman
  • High School Girl in Courtyard: Erin Stone
  • Nurse: Joanna Bronson
  • Old Naked Man: Don Hails
  • Mr. Height: Ele Bardha
  • Hot Girl (uncredited): Caitlin Burt
  • Scrub Nurse (uncredited): Heather Fairbanks
  • Billy (uncredited): Vincent Hogarth
  • Hot Guy (uncredited): Christopher Hohman
  • High School Announcer (uncredited): Rich Vreeland

Film Crew:

  • Special Effects Key Makeup Artist: Robert Kurtzman
  • Executive Producer: Joshua Astrachan
  • Casting: Mark Bennett
  • Stunt Coordinator: Ele Bardha
  • Executive Producer: Alan Pao
  • Executive Producer: Corey Large
  • Co-Producer: Robyn K. Bennett
  • Director of Photography: Mike Gioulakis
  • Producer: David Robert Mitchell
  • Producer: Erik Rommesmo
  • Executive Producer: Jeff Schlossman
  • Editor: Julio Perez IV
  • Producer: Laura D. Smith
  • Art Direction: Joey Ostrander
  • Production Design: Michael Perry
  • Executive Producer: Mia Chang
  • Executive Producer: Frederick W. Green
  • Thanks: Eddie Rubin
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Christian Dwiggins
  • Producer: Rebecca Green
  • Casting: Carrie Ray
  • Producer: David Kaplan
  • Costume Design: Kimberly Leitz
  • Steadicam Operator: Kevin D. Hewitt
  • Gaffer: Marc-Antoine Serou
  • Digital Intermediate: J. D. Moore
  • Digital Intermediate: Sebastian Perez-Burchard
  • Visual Effects Producer: Raffaele Apuzzo
  • Visual Effects Producer: Andrea Marotti
  • Makeup Department Head: Dawn Mattocks
  • Visual Effects Producer: Diego Panadisi
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Greg Strasz
  • Music: Rich Vreeland
  • Hairstylist: Lora Gianino
  • Hairstylist: Daniel Ross
  • Second Unit Cinematographer: Geoff George
  • Script Supervisor: Jax Martin
  • Sound Effects Editor: Lauren Robinson
  • Sound Designer: Chris Trent
  • Executive Producer: P. Jennifer Dana
  • Set Dresser: Geneva Brunetti
  • Executive Producer: Bill Wallwork
  • Makeup Artist: Toni Price

Movie Reviews:

  • Reno: > An innovative horror-drama with a simplicity.

    It was not too long ago I saw the director’s other film, his first one and liked it instantly. I did not expect him to go all the way from a beautiful teen drama to a creepy horror flick. But I liked this movie as well, thus that prove he’s not a fluke. After seeing his both the films, I can detect the style of presentation that marks his trademark. That is very realistic, dull, but a natural societal atmosphere with a mere background score.

    I have said many times that these days horror flicks are heavily leaning on the scary noise/sounds. But this film brings the tone that’s really happening around us. The story was like a straight flowing river, no twists or turns like the Amazon river. Even it did not try to hide the existence of the evil spirit. Not only from us, but among the characters in the story. That means it is a very simple tale with the compelling scenes.

    It does not look like a cheap horror, this 2 million movie can stand up to any fancy horror flicks. The writer/director’s interpretation was very interesting too. Like he said IT could board a plane to follow who he’s after. The theme was also very innovative. Quite similar types have made out, but this one was way better. Yep, many movie goers overwhelmed by the unexpected, even the filmmakers for the response.

    Now I pray for if there is going to be a sequel, it must be made by the same writer/director. My worry is the B category filmmakers going to spoil the original in the name of follow-up. I highly recommend this movie, especially for adults due to the plot that develops on the sexual intercourse. Though there’s no strong nudity. I also suggest you to watch at night, if possible alone. I won’t guarantee that it would scare out of you, but that’s the best way to watch any horror flick.


  • r96sk: I wanted more by the end, but that’s not to say ‘It Follows’ isn’t a very, very good film – it is.

    I adore the look of the film, the cinematography is superb; the score is nice too. Maika Monroe leads a solid cast excellently. The premise is certainly interesting and it does create suitable tension, while the effects used are neat. The plot is quite sexual, potentially overly so in a couple of moments but in truth it needs to be for the most part. I would’ve, elsewhere, appreciated a deeper dive into the antagonists, also.

    I could see a sequel coming from this, it’s the sorta concept that could easily produce many sequels. I’d be fine with just the one, but would watch another – it must keep the same vibe though.

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