A QUIET PLACE — Review by Diane Carson

A Quiet Place gives horror a new sound—silence. The horror film A Quiet Place is exactly that—very quiet, meaning viewers increase their attentiveness to every sound—the wind in the trees, the crunch of a footstep, water running over rocks. This glorious call to our senses comes courtesy of co-writer/director John Krasinski’s technical achievements, including dazzling camera angles and striking compositions, plus superb performances. Continue reading…

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A QUIET PLACE — Review by Susan Granger

a quiet place posterSome moviegoers absolutely love to be scared, frightened out of their wits. If so, this dystopian horror thriller is for you. Emily Blunt and her husband John Krasinski play Evelyn and Lee Abbott, a married couple, living on a secluded farm in upstate New York. It’s Day 89 – after most of the civilized world has been decimated by an alien invasion of hideously hungry creatures who detect their prey by super-sensitive sound. Knowing that silence is absolutely essential to survival, the Abbotts, always barefoot and alert, are determined to protect their three young children. Continue reading...

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