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HUSH (2016) REVIEW

DATE RELEASED :  April 8 , 2016

 GENRE : Horror , Thriller

 DIRECTED BY : Michael Flanagan

WRITTEN BY :Michael Flanagan, Kate Siegel

 PRODUCED BY : Jason Blum,Jeanette Brill, Michael J. Fourticq Sr,Kate Lumpkin, Trevor Macy, Melinda Nishioka, Couper Samuelson

 CAST :  

Kate Siegel ................................................... Maddie

John Gallagher Jr. ......................................... Man

Michael Trucco ............................................. John

Samantha Sloyan .......................................... Sarah

 

SYNOPSIS :

Maddie (Kate Siegal) is a deaf writer who lives in a secluded house in the woods by herself . Then one night a mysterous stranger who is on a killing spree happens upon the house while her friend Sarah (Samantha Sloyan) tries to get her attention from outside the stranger kills Sarah by stabbing her repeatedly .

 Then what ensues is a game of hide & seek between Maddie and the Man who now tring to get in the house to kill her .

 

MY REVIEW OF HUSH (2016)

Before I had even gotten the chance to see Hush all I could hear was how suspenseful the film was. Then finally I found it on Netflix and just had to watch it.

Hush as that great build up so as a viewer, we empathize with the character of Maddie. And for the character being deaf made what was coming all the more intriguing.

The acting throughout the film is absolutely great. The dialogue never feels overboard or forced. Kate Siegal makes you feel for her of Maddie.

The direction of Michael Flanagan is terrific. No wonder this director is rumored to be on the list to direct the new Halloween movie from Blumhouse Productions. I for one would have to say that I hope that this rumor is true.

Hush most definitely delivered as every reviewer I have read said, And I would have to suggest for anyone who has not seen yet look for it immediately.