Evan’s review published on Letterboxd :
Someone please hold me
Don't Breathe does exactly what it sets out to do and that's to fucking terrify the audience, make you shit your pants, make you cry, and or make you crawl up into the fetal position. Chances are very high that you will experience at least one of those things if not more.
I cannot put into words how intense and brutal this movie is. The camerawork is brilliant. The way the this movie is filmed adds so much to the movie. It's so seamless, but so effective. The use of sound and silence is perfect. The score itself is great. The performances are all really great, especially Stephen Lang. I'm blown away. I really can't fault this movie for anything. It succeeds in every way.
Also, the 2 or 3 jump scares got me like a mofo. I pretty much launched out of my seat lol.
The Witch, Green Room, The Conjuring 2, and now Don't Breathe. 2016 is blessing us with GREAT horror movies and I couldn't be more pleased.