Since subscribing to Netflix, I made it a point to allot some free time to use it. I have a knack for horror movies so I tried browsing through the selections. The first one that caught my eye is Hush. A movie about a deaf writer who had to fight for her life against a masked killer.
A deaf writer who retreated into the woods to live a solitary life must fight for her life in silence when a masked killer appears in her window
I liked Hush! I liked the suspense, the surprises and even the gore. I appreciate how even little dialogue in a film can be successful. I was truly entertained and I admire especially the two lead actors who made the film very effective! The lead actress was super effective despite playing deaf and mute. Her facial expressions and the way she reacted despite her supposed handicap were believable!
There’s just one question on my mind: why did the man kill Sarah? What’s the motive? Is he just a man who enjoys killing? I hope Hush answered this or maybe the writers decided to keep this a mystery? I would have preferred that they added this to the Hush storyline to make the movie really complete.
So did I learn anything from the movie Hush? Yes, of course!
- when someone is close to dying, the first thing he/she remembers is family.
- when you’re in danger, you should fight for your life. It’s better to die fighting than die doing nothing at all.
- writing words on your house window is effective for communication.
- FaceTime is awesome! Next time, I’ll use it versus voice calls 😃