Overall Rank: 4970
Average Rating: 2.7/4
# of Ratings: 24
Theatrical Release Date: 04/08/2016
Genre: Horror, Thriller
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Mike Flanagan
Actors: John Gallagher Jr., Emma Graves, Kate Siegel, Samantha Sloyan, Michael Trucco
Plot: Maddie, a deaf writer, lives alone in a secluded house in the woods. Though it can be hectic, her life is mostly peaceful. That is until a masked man shows up and she ends up having to fight for her life. -- Leighann Paige
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Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 06/21/2019
Tensely nerve-wracking, "Hush" brings a much appreciated dose of newness to a breed of thriller we've seen time and time again.
Matthew Brady - wrote on 02/06/2017
Oh dear. "Hush" was pretty bad and that's unfortunate to say. It was like "Don't Breath", but the complete opposite. The main character isn't that interesting, characters constantly made stupid decisions, and the villain is pretty forgettable. I honestly don't remember much about this one and I only seen it a few days ago.
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ikkegoemikke - wrote on 02/10/2017
"I can come in anytime I want. And I can get you, anytime I want. But I'm not going to. Not until it's time. When you wish you're dead... that's when I'll come inside."
There's one thing you shouldn't expect to happen in "Hush". And that's the moment Maddie (Kate Siegel) starts to screech while running around, because she's being attacked by an unknown person (John "10 Cloverfield Lane" Gallagher Jr.) who wanders around her home in a remote forest. And that's because Maddie is deaf-mute after suffering from a meningococcal infection when she was young. This with a mask equipped deranged sadist tells Maddie he'll take his time and when the time is ripe, he will break into her home and stick his knife in her with visible pleasure. The motive for this maniacal act remains unknown. But …
Snoogans - wrote on 05/21/2016
‘Hush’ is a surprising little gem of a thriller. It maximizes the simple formula of the ‘home invasion’ sub-genre to full potential. Our heroine is at a disadvantage in being a deaf mute. She’s instantly relatable and worth investing in almost from the start, because she’s shown to be so self-reliant and intelligent. Her attacker is equally cunning and takes all the necessary measures to keep her confined. After a very brief setup, the rest of the film is a fast paced battle for dominance between the opposing pair. A few surprises are thrown in that shake up expectations. The plotting is so tight that it leaves no room for logical errors, but it’s only noticeable later because I was too busy anticipating every new development with involuntary reaction. When a film …
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