Shhh! Be vewy vewy quiet… we’re being hunted wike wabbits. Hunted by tewwifying, howwible monsters who can hear our evwy sound and will kiw us wiv barewy a fought! It’s not wabbit season. it’s US season… hurhurhur.
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Jill, Dion, Peta and Quinny all get our ASMR pants on and go heading into the woods with John Krasinksi and Emily Blunt for their two-part horror, magnum opus: A Quiet Place Parts 1 and 2. Two films that prove that sometimes the most terrifying monster of all ISN’T man, but in fact man’s inability to do quality woodwork.
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A super solid first film that sets up a whole new world of ideas, which is then passably followed up with a good, but maybe not "great" sequel.
When watched as a two-part story these work surprisingly well. As a standalone film and its later sequel the gaps feel more broad and the issues are more apparent. Your viewing milage will vary wildly depending on how you approach them.
Part 1 Dion
Part 1 Jill
Part 1 Peta
Part 1 Quinny
Part 1 MIssy
Part 1 Carina
Part 1 Amyable
Part 2 Dion
Part 2 Jill
Part 2 Peta
Part 2 Quinny
Part 2 Carina
Part 2 Missy
Part 2 Amyable
Part 2 Chastangela
Reader Rating0 Votes
A Nice Quiet Place
An original horror concept that really sucks you in fast to its world
Intelligent characters and well thought out plots mean nothing feels contrived or convenient
INCREDIBLE sound design and editing which heightens the tension hugely.
a Terrifying Silence.
The sequel feels somewhat redundant and does little to further the overall plot
Once the monsters have been given a weakness they are far less effective as a scare
Internal inconsistencies are always a quick way to alienate your audience.