Don’t Breathe (2016) Review

Don’t Breathe is Fede Alvarez’s tight and twisted claustrophobic-nightmare; a horror that bursts with sheer unnerving exhilaration and excitement within each minute. It’s a film that realistically scares the audience without cheap thrills or jumpscares – and instead excites with beautiful suspense and anticipation. Simply put, Don’t Breathe is modern horror done right. In a film like this – where a blind man hunts his prey with nothing but his ears – sound is key, and thankfully, Don’t Breathe delivers, utilizing both silence and charged up music to create an immense amount of tenseness to it all. 2016’s most suspenseful.

8.2/10

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