The new horror movie making noise at the box office and wowing critics is also leaving audiences speechless. And part of the success of John Krasinski's A Quiet Place can be attributed to its subtle approach to worldbuilding, leaving many details about its post-apocalyptic setting unsaid (literally).
Like most of the best horror films (The Witch, The Babadook, Alien, Get Out, The Shining), A Quiet Place deliberately avoids being explicit about the exact nature of its premise and rules — which leaves a lot to interpretation. Instead, the movie artfully establishes facts about the world, its fall, and the monsters causing it through tiny details and hints that you could've easily missed. Read more...More about Entertainment, Emily Blunt, John Krasinski, Horror Movies, and A Quiet Place