Patrick 'Lights' Leary is an aging former heavyweight boxing champion who struggles to find his identity and support his wife and three daughters after retiring from the ring. The financial downturn coupled with a series of failed investments leave him at a perilous crossroads - battling the urge to return to boxing or reluctantly accepting a job as a brutal and intimidating debt collector.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Lights Out - Lights Out (2013 film) - Netflix
Lights Out is a 2013 Swedish supernatural horror short film directed, written, produced, shot, and scored by David F. Sandberg and starring Lotta Losten. The film was released online on 30 December 2013 on both Vimeo and YouTube. The short film was the basis of an eponymous 2016 film adaptation, also directed by Sandberg.
Lights Out - Plot - Netflix
A woman comes out of a room and turns off the hallway light, but sees a silhouette of a woman. After turning the light off and on, the woman appears closer and she tapes the switch on to prevent her from coming back. The woman then goes into a small bedroom with only a lamp and tucks herself in, leaving the door slightly open. She then hears creaking and sees the hallway light turn off. Confused, she then hears rampant footsteps coming towards her room and hides under the blanket. She then peeks out to find the door wide open and the lamp flickering, being loose from a power strip. She then plugs it back and everything reverts. Peeking out again, she calms down but then looks around and sees a monstrous humanoid with blank eyes and an open mouth, which turns off the lamp.
Lights Out - References - Netflix