I don't think I've ever watched a horror film and actually almost shed a tear because I was so terrified. I wanted this to end. In fact I actually hated I went to watch this. Diverging a bit for comparison - the recent sci-fi horror Annihilation had two scenes (1. the bear scene 2. The humanoid/alien scene) which I would say were so utterly terrifying I wanted to walk out from the level of discomfort and terror I felt. Annihilation…
Demented, sick, sinister, brutal, and completely disturbing - Fede Alvarez's Don't Breathe delivers sheer terror without sacrificing any of the films quality. From the intricate spatial coordination of each of these shots to its unsettling sound design Don't Breathe is completely horrifying throughout. The performances here are simply fantastic and it's such a masterfully made film. I have yet to watch this movie and not come close to having an anxiety attack. Don't Breathe is a gusty exploration of a twisted nightmare brought to life in the best way possible. Easily one of the best horror films of the decade.
Me: Wow I loved this movie it was so amazi-
Self proclaimed film critic who claims to only love "the art of cinema" and hates to have fun: how could you love such a thing? How could anyone love such a stupid mindless film that is nothing but soulless action and explosions? You all should be ashamed of yourself for loving these films they are not only cash grabs but they are destroying the art of cinema! Was this movie…
A STUNNING BEGINNING TO THE FIRST NIGHT OF SXSW.
I am completely shaken and in beads of sweat. John Krasinski fucking killed it and I must say Emily Blunt is so sweet. I'd like to write something longer but I have to rush to our next film. I'll leave you with: A Quiet Place is a ridiculously ferocious horror flick packed with emotion and pure terror. If you loved 10 Cloverfield Lane, you're gonna love this. A Quiet Place will have you on the edge of your seat. EVERYONE GO WATCH THIS WHEN IT RELEASES.