In this tense thriller set in the not-so-distant future a family must live in complete silence to avoid creatures that hunt through sound. The parents, played by (John Krasinski and Emily Blunt), must come up with ingenious ways to protect their children and outsmart the terrifying monsters as they attempt to go about their daily lives. Directed by John Krasinski.
Leon RussomMan in the Woods
Bryan WoodsScreen Story
Scott BeckScreen Story
Charlotte Bruus ChristensenCinematographer
Marco BeltramiComposer (Music Score)
Jeffrey BeecroftProduction Designer
Sebastian SchroederArt Director
Jeffrey BeecroftAssociate Producer
Celia CostasExecutive Producer
John KrasinskiExecutive Producer
Kasia Walicka MaimoneCostume Designer
Michael BaroskySound Mixer
Brandon ProctorRe-Recording Mixer
Deb DyerUnit Production Manager
Eric RylanderSpecial Effects Coordinator
Erik AadahlSupervising Sound Editor
Ethan Van der RynSupervising Sound Editor
Evelyne NorazDepartment Head Makeup
Mark HawkerSpecial Effects Supervisor
Mike GuntherStunts Coordinator
Scott FarrarVisual Effects Supervisor
A Quiet Place
Year of Release
SteelBook, Blu-ray/DVD, Only @ Best Buy
A Quiet Place [SteelBook] [Blu-ray/DVD] [Only @ Best Buy] 
A Quiet Place should be prefaced by a disclaimer that, while purposeful, requires a quiet audience. I have a hearing problem, and was really intrigued by a film that openly communicates its use, advocact, and support of ASL and the deaf community. That said, the sound design was top notch, and only added to the overall tension of the setting amidst creatures who hunt solely by transmitted sound.
It should come as no surprise that the chemistry between Emily Blunt & John Krasinski is tender, and real given their IRL pairing, but they each rise to bring more than just standard fair suspense/thriller dynamics to the forefront.
Millicent Simmonds is an absolute pleasure and her angsty & emotionally tortured portrayal of Regan Abott often anchors the story into the realm of psychological drama. As I watched, it was clear how much emotion and purpose was behind each sign she delivered. Frustration, anger, sorrow, and fear...each were hard to ignore as Millie delivered her first fantastic starring role.
A Quiet Place earned its spot among my top horror/suspense/thriller movies, and I highly recommend all to check it out.
This Movie is very Good that it can keep you Entertained from Beginning to End and it’s Razor Sharp in 4K UHD with HDR and Dolby Vision makes it a more Vivid and it’s Sound of Dolby Atmos is Amazing and it’s to Show Off your Atmos Elevation Speakers or In-Ceiing Speakers it’s a very Atmospheric Movie Sound coming Above your Head. Very Happy Eith this Purchase. :)
After The Office, Jim finds a new home in the outskirts of town with a lovely new family!.. the movie is flawless, blacks are ink black color is fantastic and overall picture quality is crisp! Sound is key hear, 100% of the movie is based on sound. Well done very happy!
Does not measure up to the hype but it is great to watch as much as it was to watch Stranger Things, it’s on that similar vibe.
Dolby Vision that looks impressive on my calibrated OLED
Dolby Atmos shined.
It kept me on the edge waiting for the next view of the creature!!
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review
You’ll like this one if you like Stranger Things.
Owned for 11 months when reviewed.
It’s a new sub genre in the same lines as Stranger Things.
Dolby Vision OLED 4k upscale.
Dolby Atmos on my 11.2 (7.2.4) with some cool height channel scenes.