YOU’LL NEVER FIND ME on Shudder is a new horror movie that you cannot miss. Downright terrifying and full of mind games that keep you guessing. It just never lets up! Read our full You’ll Never Find Me movie review here!

YOU’LL NEVER FIND ME is a new Shudder horror movie, and while Shudder does tend to deliver good horror, this one is next level. It certainly was for me anyway. With just two main characters that are alone on screen for most of the time, and playing out in one location, it works a treat.

The runtime is 1 hour and 36 minutes, and you’ll want to put your phone out of reach and dim the lights, as you wander down this rabbit hole of a horror story. Brendan Rock and Jordan Cowan are brilliant in their cat-and-mouse game that keeps you guessing. A brilliant feature debut from a new filmmaker duo!

Continue reading our You’ll Never Find Me movie review below. Find it on Shudder from March 22, 2024.

Two people in a caravan park

For the longest time, this Shudder horror movie keeps you guessing, but it never gets tedious or repetitive. This in itself is no small feat!

When the movie opens, we meet Patrick (Brendan Rock) who is a very isolated man. He’s living at the back of a desolate caravan park, which means he can stay exactly as unbothered and undisturbed as he wants.

Until a desperate young woman (Jordan Cowan), known only as “The Visitor” in this movie, knocks on his door. She’s seeking shelter from a violent storm, and Patrick isn’t too sure about whether he should let her in.

Someone is always banging on his door at all hours, only to run away, which means he generally stays by himself. Still, he allows her to come in and get some rest and warmth.

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Who should be afraid?

As the already savage storm seems to worsen by the hour, the two people are getting to know each other. Or rather, they’re both trying to figure out if they can trust the other. And so are we, as the audience!

It’s clear that these two both begin feeling threatened. What’s less clear is who should actually be afraid.

She makes it known on several occasions that she wants to leave and that she does not trust him. However, whenever she’s able to leave, she doesn’t. Of course, there’s the storm, but I know very few women who wouldn’t brave a storm if being trapped with a strange man they feared was the alternative.

Then again, Patrick is also all kinds of strange. He asks strange questions and does things that are difficult to perceive as anything but invasive at best. Threatening and scary are the worst options!

She goes snooping when she gets the chance and finds things that made me think of the Max true crime docu-series The Truth About Jim. However, Patrick tends to have an explanation that makes sense, so yet again, you’re left in doubt.

However, I do promise you this; Before You’ll Never Find Me is over, you’ll get all the scary answers!

Watch You’ll Never Find Me on Shudder!

Josiah Allen and Indianna Bell are the directors of You’ll Never Find Me which is their feature film debut. The screenplay also comes from Indianna Bell while Josiah Allen is the editor. The filmmaker duo previously made four short films together, which tells me this is just the beginning.

The movie was shot in Adelaide, South Australia, just as the recently released Monolith (2022) which I also loved. This horror movie was also nominated for Best Feature at the Adelaide Film Festival in October 2023. The world premiere happened much earlier at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York in June 2023.

I cannot overstate how much I look forward to seeing what comes next from them. The whole vibe in this movie resulted in me turning on the lights rather than dimming them. Simply because it was a dark and stormy night when I watched You’ll Never Find Me and their film got to me.

Take into consideration that I watch horror (or something from an adjacent genre) daily, so I don’t scare easily (anymore!). Still, this one got to me!

Especially as it kept me guessing. After all, most of us recognize that the unknown tends to be the most scary. You cannot fight against the unknown. Enjoy getting to watch this for the first time!

You’ll Never Find Me is on Shudder from March 22, 2024.


Directors: Josiah Allen and Indianna Bell
Screenwriters: Indianna Bell
Starring: Brendan Rock and Jordan Cowan


When an isolated man living at the back of a desolate caravan park is visited by a desperate young woman seeking shelter from a violent storm. As the savage storm worsens, these solitary souls begin to feel threatened – but who should really be afraid?

I write reviews and recaps on Heaven of Horror. And yes, it does happen that I find myself screaming, when watching a good horror movie. I love psychological horror, survival horror and kick-ass women. Also, I have a huge soft spot for a good horror-comedy. Oh yeah, and I absolutely HATE when animals are harmed in movies, so I will immediately think less of any movie, where animals are harmed for entertainment (even if the animals are just really good actors). Fortunately, horror doesn't use this nearly as much as comedy. And people assume horror lovers are the messed up ones. Go figure!
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