Felt like time itself was going in slow motion watching this. Garbage.
Step forward, John Krasinski. A fantastic horror debut from someone with a huge future behind the camera. Some gorgeous camerawork, superb acting (lead by Blunt) and thoughtfuk character development lead to this being a film that was not only tense beyond anything I’ve seen recently in the cinema, but evolved into something really quite profound out of a very simple concept.
It has its problems:
1. Having a kicking, screaming newborn child in a world where survival depends on silence…