Emily Blunt and John Krasinski’s new horror ‘A Quiet Place’ reaches 100% Rotten Tomatoes rating

The apocalyptic movie is tipped to be the strongest horror this year.

‘A Quiet Place’ starring Emily Blunt and John Krasinski has achieved an 100% rating on film score aggregate site, Rotten Tomatoes.

The horror film is about a post-apocalyptic world where blind monsters have culled humanity and survivors have to live without making a single sound.Things get complicated when the couple find out that they are expecting another child and must survive with the risk of a noisy newborn in a world where the slightest whisper can get you killed.

It stars the husband-wife duo and is directed by Krasinski himself.


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‘A Quiet Place’ had an unofficial premiere at SXSW festival this weekend where 18 critics were able to review the film, leaving it with an amazing 100% Fresh Tomatometer score ahead of its UK release on May 4.

John Defore of Hollywood Reporter wrote: “Even moviegoers who don’t accept the metaphor are going to have the pants scared off them”.

Watch the trailer for ‘A Quiet Place’ below.

Meanwhile, the first trailer for Mary Poppins Returns has been released, and it sees Emily Blunt taking on the role of the iconic nanny more than 50 years after the original film was released.


The Disney film is directed by Chicago helmer Rob Marshall, and also sees a welcome return for 91-year-old Dick Van Dyke, who played chimney sweep Burt in the original. He will take on the role of Mr Dawes Jr.