"Since the Stone Age" is a common expression one might use when describing how long they've been doing something. "They've been working together since the Stone Age," for example. However, a new movie hitting the masses this week quite literally takes place during this era, with its early humans banding together to protect themselves against some sort of evil entity. In a world where Parasite (2019) wins Best Picture, cinephiles shouldn't be deterred if they have to rely on subtitles for their next viewing experience. The characters in Out of Darkness speak a foreign dialect that sounds like a combination of several known languages, but don't let the language barrier fool you — the new film by Andrew Cumming is rich with modern-day themes about humanity's place in this world.