Indie double bill, with Resolution as a bonus with The Endless on BR. Resolution is a fascinating film that simply takes some thought to 'get'. It might be during, it might be at the end, it might be the next day. However it happens though, it's worth watching. A man goes to save his friend from drug addiction, but finds there is something following them that is not happy with that story, and wants another. Despite being very low budget, with a cast of perhaps half a dozen people, Resolution is a very fine work indeed. The way it uses narrative structure as an enemy is brilliant.
The Endless is in a similar vein. A pair of brothers escape a UFO-worshipping cult, and are lured back years later for a short visit. The film explicitly links to Resolution in a clever way, but enlarges upon what Resolution does and takes it in a different direction. Again, low budget, and sadly some of the smaller CGI effects really do not work (but the big ones are better, weirdly), with a good cast, a clever and amusing script, solid directing and beautiful cinematography, including some really disturbing use of fisheye-effect lensing. The Endless does a lot with really very little, and is scifi film up there with the likes of Primer.