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TMDB - 7.32/10
81 Min - Horror | Thriller - 2016-04-08
Directors:
Mike Flanagan,
Writing:
Mike Flanagan, Kate Siegel,
Stars:
Kate Siegel, John Gallagher Jr., Samantha Sloyan, Michael Trucco, Emilia Graves,
Country:
US
Language:
English
Synopsis
A deaf woman is stalked by a psychotic killer in her secluded home.
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81 Min Horror | Thriller 2016-04-08
Directors:
Mike Flanagan,
Writing:
Mike Flanagan, Kate Siegel,
Stars:
Kate Siegel, John Gallagher Jr., Samantha Sloyan, Michael Trucco, Emilia Graves,
Country:
US
Language:
English
Synopsis:
A deaf woman is stalked by a psychotic killer in her secluded home.
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20
By Los Angeles Times
Hush is a would-be suspense film without a single major plot twist that isn't ham-handed. [9 Mar 1998, pg.F4]
25
By Barbara Shulgasser - San Francisco Examiner
Hush, which is an absurdly bad mixture of "Rosemary's Baby" and any Bette Davis movie from the 1960s, seems to be a classic case of a grasping mother trying to possess her beloved son.
25
By James Berardinelli - ReelViews
Hush has three very simple problems: it's incredibly dumb, it's incredibly boring, and it's incredibly predictable (at least up to the stupefying ending).
10
By Jonathan Rosenbaum - Chicago Reader
The writing and directing of Jonathan Darby, a British TV veteran and Hollywood executive, make the proceedings neither believable nor compelling, so what might have been another "Rosemary's Baby" isn't even a halfway decent genre exercise.
38
By Liam Lacey - The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
[Lange] does give the movie the only excitement it possesses -- the frisson of a hideous thrill -- but it's still an excruciating embarrassment.
16
By Lisa Schwarzbaum - Entertainment Weekly
When you watch this failed horror thriller -- which has been under studio doctors' care for some two years, undergoing futile title changes and reshoots -- there's no respite from the odor of flop sweat stinking up the screen.
38
By Maitland McDonagh - TV Guide Magazine
This trashy, overwrought thriller gets itself worked up into a fine, sleazy lather that recalls the matricidal glories "Die! Die! My Darling!" and "You'll Like My Mother", then wimps out at the end.
20
By Marc Savlov - Austin Chronicle
Darby and co-screenwriter Michael Cristofer ("Breaking Up") telegraph every available bit of plot seemingly hours before it's necessary, resulting in a tawdry, boring mish-mash of genre clichés and arched eyebrows.
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