Emily Blunt finds herself A Quiet Place to hide in latest trailer
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Emily Blunt’s latest film shows that silence is not only golden, but entirely necessary for survival.
Hiding out in a remote cabin in the wilderness, a family of four seem to live an idyllic lifestyle. Living off the land, playing board games, and eating dinner together, all seems in perfect harmony – except for one thing. Everything is done entirely in silence.
A careful foreboding lurks in the shadows of A Quiet Place’s trailer, with mysterious claw marks lining the walls and a commitment to silence that’s almost crushing in its specificity. This is soon tested when a lamp breaks – causing unbridled panic and terrifying noises calling out from the darkness. This family is in danger; but why, and from what – we have yet to find out.
A Quiet Place is unique in that it truly holds some sense of mystery with its trailer, drawing audiences in to watch the film upon release rather than revealing all its secrets in one two-minute extravaganza. The lack of sound is an interesting concept, and one that follows suit with successful horrors that test our senses, such as Don’t Breathe and Hush from 2016. With a tagline as ominous as ‘if they can’t hear you, they can’t hurt you,’ and starring its own director in the form of John Krasinski opposite Blunt, the movie looks set to be an exciting one for 2018.
It’s out for release May next year, but until then, we’ll be keeping our lips sealed: