Clementine (Olivia Bonamy), a beautiful young teacher and her lover Lucas (Michaël Cohen) live an idyllic, isolated existence in a large house in the middle of rural paradise. But tonight, that paradise will be shattered beyond all comprehension. Because something is watching. Something is waiting. Something unknown, unhinged and unrelenting. They are all around, they are in the shadows, and they will stop at nothing to get inside the distraught couple's dark, cavernous home. As blind panic takes over, Clementine and Lucas must face a terrifying test of endurance to discover the true nature of the evil just outside their door - the true nature of "them". Nerve-shredding suspenseful and ferociously uncompromising, "Them" is an all too real journey to the very limits of fear itself. You'll never feel safe in your home again.
When you read the blurb about this film, you may be expecting some kind of monster or alien type them (or at least I did!) but it isn;t anything like that. I won't spoilt it, but it is something that any of us could encounter, and it is scary, with a suprising ending! I left my lights on for a few days!