WriterAdam Ahlbrandt (screenplay) Release dateMay 20, 2008 (2008-05-20) (United States) CastClayton Haske (Jeffrey), Allison Persaud (Dana), Frank Traynor (Uncle Ron), Tony Luke Jr. (Paul), Philip Raymond (Jeffrey's Father) Similar moviesMad Max: Fury Road, Jurassic World, Furious 7, Taken 3, John Wick, The Transporter Refueled
TaglineHe's Not Just Seeing Things.
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Sight is a 2008 horror film written and directed by Adam Ahlbrandt.
Jeffrey leads a quiet existence. Living in constant fear of being labeled a psychopath, Jeffrey constructs a complex world of denial. He is haunted by the spirits of the vengeful dead, which he can see while no one else can. After meeting Dana, a beautiful young woman who shares his "sight", Jeffery finds comfort in knowing someone shares his affliction. However, his comfort is short lived as Dana suddenly goes missing and Jeffrey is left alone to find the answers.
Clayton Haske as Jeffrey
Allison Persaud as Dana
Frank Traynor as Uncle Ron
Tony Luke Jr. as Paul
Philip Raymond as Jeffrey's Father
David Hartman as Young Jeffrey
Robert Reed Murphy as Detective Walters
Donna Earl as Mrs. Dorris
Godfrey Rayner as Wes
David B. Johnson as Henry
Roosevelt Darby Jr. as Mark
Bowman Wright as Dillon
Andrew Borthwick-Leslie as Doctor Bennet
Cheryl Scungio as Doctor Bennice
Bloody Disgusting gave Sight a 1½ out of 5, the website's primary criticisms of the film being the muddled plot, and the sound quality. A ½ was awarded by Steve Barton of Dread Central, who succinctly stated, "The only constructive thing I can say about this dark, dreary, time-consuming, black hole of a film is that it was less than an hour and a half long and had some okay sound design". DVD Talk's Justin Felix, who gave the film a 2½ out of 5, said, "Acting aside, Sight is ultimately a worthwhile low budget exercise in eerie mood and spectral scares, though I'm not sure it warrants repeat viewings". The film was deemed "slightly annoying" in a review for DVD Verdict written by David Johnson, who concluded his coverage of Sight with, "A well-acted horror film that relies too heavily on the jump scare and a twist ending that fails to wow, Sight probably isn't worth taking a look at".