NETFLIX

Hush

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FILM INFO

A deaf writer who retreated into the woods to live a solitary life must fight for her life in silence when a masked killer appears at her window. Hush is directed by Mike Flanagan under Netflix, Intrepid Pictures & Blumhouse Productions.

CAST: Kate Siegel, John Gallagher Jr., Michael Trucco, Samantha Sloyan & Emma Graves.

GENRE: Thriller

WHAT I LIKE?

Hush is another Netflix Masterpiece in the Thriller Genre that is worthy of all the hype and attention the viewers are getting. For me, it is one of the best Thrillers in Hollywood so far. What make Hush unique is its characters and the conflict they are dealing with. The main character is deaf leaving in a remote area in the woods and she is faced with a Killer who wants to get into her house. Now, that’s a pretty terrifying plot to begin with. What follows next is a series of heart-pounding & intense nail-bite suspense as the main character battles for survival. The concept of her being deaf and dealing with a stronger force is much scarier. The tension build-up was pretty effective and it was so stressful to deal with as viewer. Hush is an underrated flick that is even far way better than other mainstream thrillers shown lately. Its seclusion and the remote location added up to a realistic feel of fear & suspense considering that she can’t hear anything or even utter a word. As a viewer, I felt helpless for the character. The climax was such a terrifying roller coaster of thrills and game of survival. Hush offered a decent amount of scares that will linger until the end credits.

WHAT I DON’T LIKE?

Are you kidding me? Hush is such a satisfying thriller masterpiece from all angles. For me, its the most underrated Hollywood Thriller ever made.

RATINGS:

10/10 Popcorn

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