Do you still get scared of the thing that knocks in the night? Like the feature length film edition of a horror squat i.e. Lights Out that allows David F. Sandberg, the Swedish filmmaker to earn his band of colors in the large groups and went viral online. To Sandberg, the person who gave the push for a $5 million mark is James Wan, the horror master (Insidious, Saw, The Conjuring). The solid job of heaving hell has been done by Wan. The unfailingly smashing Maria Bello has been provided with a chance by Lights Out, with Eric Heisserer, the screenwriter fleshing out a short of 146 second, to plow into the role of Sophie, a mother by whom the men in her life was kept driving away.