Friday, August 26

Review: Don't Breathe



Don't Breathe actually will make you not breathe.

From the trailers, Don't Breathe looks like one of those low budget horror films that is going to be covered in gore. Well if you go in with that in mind, this movie will prove you wrong. There's so much more going on in this movie, that you won't believe that this is horror. You may end up thinking this is more suspense then horror, in which case I'd tell you you're right.

The cast is one you've seen before, Jane Levy being from Suburgatory, Dylan Minnette from Goosebumps, and Stephen Lang from Avatar. It's hard to believe the budget for this movie is only $9.9m. It seem's like it would have been more with this cast and the style of the movie.

Stephen Lang, plays the perfect blind guy. You would actually believe he is blind during the movie. They actually gave him special contacts during filming to impair his vision, to make him even better in the movie.

If you get a chance to see this movie, you should take it. The movie will end up being better then you think.

3 out of 5

What would I have changed? (Spoilers)
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Billy Billy (Editor) - Billy has seen many movies over the years. He enjoys comedies and anything action, including the summer blockbuster movies. You can follow Billy on Twitter here.


10 comments:

  1. This movie was so so so intense! Loved it!! Thanks for the pre screening!

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  2. The film was one true horror with twist and turns. Many screams during the show.Would recommend it to any horror film enthusiast.

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  3. I see that I am going to like this film.

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  4. Very intense. I liked this. If you are a horror enthusiast you will like this one. And you really won't breathe!

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  5. I really want to see this!!!

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  6. I liked this film. Got a chance to see a pro-screening and came away impressed. Would highly recommend it.

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  7. This movie was really good the part where she shoves the old mans own stuff in his mouth was epic.

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  8. A decent, tense thriller that relied on suspense than gore (unlike the director's previous film, EVIL DEAD). It doesn't rely on cheap jump-scares, and proved to be effective with quite a few twists and turns.

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