The Visitor (Jordan Cowan)
"The Visitor (Jordan Cowan)," You’ll Never Find Me, directed by Josiah Allen and Indianna Bell, 2023, (Tribeca Film Festival)

Starring only two people, “You Will Never Find Me” is a masterful depiction of building up to something bizarre and making every moment worth it.

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Film Summary

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It’s a dark, stormy night, and a young woman knocks at Patrick’s door. It isn’t clear how she entered the mobile park he lives in, considering the gate is locked, but with the storm raging, Patrick lets her in, and as the night wears on, lies are exchanged, and there is a need to question if one of the two might be in danger.

Character Descriptions

Please Note: This character guide is not an exhaustive list of every cast member, and character descriptions may contain what can be considered spoilers.


Patrick is a divorced and poor man who once was an electrician. However, a few odd moments led him to mostly live in solitude, outside of when someone chooses to engage him.

The Visitor

Depending on the moment, she was at the beach or a bar. She may have a house nearby, or maybe a hotel? Allegedly she walked the many miles there were from the beach to Patrick’s RV, but with the Visitor, it is hard to say what’s the truth.


Our Rating: Positive (Worth Seeing)


The Sounds, Light, and Ambiance

With nearly the entire film taking place in the RV, it makes every bit of noise, a flash of light, and even the darkness notable. When Patrick moves throughout the RV, as the Visitor showers or discovers something, it makes your pupils focus tightly on what may come next. As things go quiet, you expect for what all horror movies do, and want to lower your gaze.

Everything this film does sets a tone that provides the foundation for anything to happen and for you to want to know what can and will happen.

The Build And Level Of Wtf

Neither Patrick nor the Visitor are portrayed as being trustworthy. The film utilizes Patrick being this big, burly, awkward man to quickly make you question him, and then as he describes who lives in their RV park? Oh, that just makes him even more suspect. But, the woman, who is walking around barefoot, out in the middle of a storm, somehow in a gated and locked area? It leads you to believe this could be a revenge tale. Especially as she is caught in lies, and you’re pushed to wonder if she is trying to investigate Patrick.

Then comes the moments, usually involving blood, where you find yourself raising an eyebrow higher than The Rock because something is off. All of this makes it so that when you combine the sound, lighting, and the trailer’s look, it becomes hard to know when to duck away to avoid a potential-jump scare. Then, towards the end? You may question what really happened, what could be because Patrick doesn’t sleep much, and maybe even if the Visitor was real.

General Information

Director(s) Josiah Allen, Indianna Bell
Screenplay By Indianna Bell
Based On N/A
Date Released (Film Festival – Tribeca Film Festival) June 10, 2023
Genre(s) Drama, Horror
Film Length 1 Hour 36 Minutes
Content Rating Not Rated
Noted Characters and Cast
The Visitor Jordan Cowan
Patrick Brendan Rock

Things To Note

Why Is “You’ll Never Find Me” Rated Not Rated

  • Dialog: Some cursing
  • Violence: Blood from open wounds
  • Sexual Content: None
  • Miscellaneous: Someone gets drugged, and there is drinking

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Why Is the Film Called “You’ll Never Find Me?”

It is regarding all the things Patrick has gotten away with and cops still not showing up.

How Was The Twist(s) and Ending?

There isn’t a jaw-dropping twist, but there is enough to make you wonder if what you saw was real or the symptom of someone who doesn’t sleep much and thus hallucinates.

Is There A Mid-Credit or Post Credits Scene?


The Visitor (Jordan Cowan)
You’ll Never Find Me (2023) – Movie Review and Summary (with Spoilers)
“You’ll Never Find Me” is the type of film where you want to dance around the juicy bits while making it very clear this is the kind of horror movie worth seeing.
The Sounds, Light, and Ambiance
The Build And Level Of Wtf

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