Approx advert and trailer run time: 25 mins
Film run time: 1h 30m
If they can’t hear you, they can’t hunt you. Emily Blunt and John Krasinski star in, A Quiet Place, a nerve-wracking horror about a family’s desperate struggle to stay safe and silent…
In a horrifyingly barren post-apocalyptic future, there has been some sort of ecological disaster or invasion and now all of humanity, lives in fear of giant reptile predators who stalk the land. The ‘reptiles’ are blind but have advanced hearing. So, as long as you can keep silent all the time, in a 24/7 hyper-alert state of anticipation, you’ll be ok!! But making the slightest noise brings these monsters out…
Sound is exquisitely designed in this clever and dynamic horror.
The vibrating quiet outdoors, where wind and grass whisper; the eerie, slippery on-and-off score by Marco Beltrami; the deafening noise of a waterfall; the sudden, breathless hush, trembling in the air, as a finger is brought to lips…
This is a film which demands the full cinema experience to appreciate its craft. Impeccably performed and an exhilarating watch.
Shhh! Don’t miss and don’t make a sound!
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