While technically a maximum, we all know that speed limits are the minimum you should be moving at. Including the police, thus the buffer of speeds above it.
Ghosts are cowards. All they do is sneak up on people, tease them, scare them, and then vanish into the safety of the darkness never to be seen or heard from again. It’s about time to bring out my Proton Pack and send all these little bitties where they belong – to the Containment Unit.
I’m just saying, if I saw a clown randomly appear in front of an abandoned house I, for sure, would not stick around to figure out if it was friendly or dangerous. It can kill me from behind, but at least I won’t have to look at it’s multiple rows of teeth.
For a movie all about being quiet, there sure is a lot going on in it. Nosies, for one, and lots of fear, but who wouldn’t be afraid of a stealthy, swimming ninja, gorilla running, tetris head death eater coming after you. I found myself staying physically quiet during the movie, although that didn’t stop my mind from screaming at full strength about all of my questions and observations from this creepy film:
- What is so special about day 89? If you could pick any number, why that high of an odd?
- Also, if it’s been 89 days how is the pharmacy so well stocked still? And why are all the pill bottles the only section that doesn’t look destroyed?
- What kind of childhood do you have in this world? Can’t run around screaming on the playground or throw a temper tantrum. Pure anarchy
- Poor little boy just wants to play with that rocket
- How likely is it that these kids will ever find love? I mean, how many people are left in this society?
- Are shoes too loud? How does no one have splinters from walking barefoot on the railroad tracks?
- Why would the parents let the smallest member of the family walk in the back of the line?
- Well … that was terrible! The little boy, really?! The dad should not have put the batteries within his reach. And let’s not forget sister sin who gave him back the rocket
- All of a sudden we’re 400 days in the future? What is this timeline?
- Let’s be honest those newspapers would not look so pristine for being 400 and something days old
- If they all survive, they’d be amazing ninjas. So stealthy
- Of course she’s pregnant – imagine trying to give birth silently … I’d rather die
- Do they cut their own hair, COVID style, or no?
- Are the monsters blind? Did all of their senses go to their hearing because they don’t seem to be trying to hide so much as be silent
- What are the chances she’s taking her prenatal vitamins? I’m assuming the pharmacy has long since run out
- Showers are loud, yes? So how are they staying somewhat clean?
- Again, the monsters supposedly have amazing hearing and we think they aren’t going to be able to hear the dog whistle that is the hearing aid?
- Same with washing clothes, right? These everyday activities are loud and yet, her dress was very blue and clearly had not been half-washed for 400+ days
- Let me get this straight, we jumped almost 90 days, then almost 400 days, and then we jumped one day. A singular day
- Why risk having a baby in this post-apocalyptic world? Babies do what? Everybody! Cry! Babies cry!
- They’re living in a farmhouse so who lives / lived in the big white one? That I’m assuming is creaky
- Math class, seriously?! Shouldn’t you be more concerned with escaping the monsters? Or finding a way to kill them? Seems more pressing
- And a fine example of the daughter getting stereotyped into staying home while the son gets to roam the fields and learn survival skills
- Yes, running away seems like a smart idea for a young girl in a scary world
- If you feel resistance on the laundry bag, why would you not back down the steps and carefully untangle it? Instead of forcefully pulling it?
- There’s always a creepy, abandoned house in scary movies
- Who would have guessed that aforementioned creepy, abandoned house would lead to a monster scene? Literally everyone
- I’m assuming the marks on the walls of their house (?) are from the monsters and not just peeling wallpaper … am I right?
- I know that stepping on that nail hurt
- What an unfortunate series of events for the mom. Punctured foot, most likely a tetanus risk, in labor, and with monsters literally in your home. Talk about bad timing
- Is there a reason the monsters have crab arms? Just because or is it a murdering mechanism?
- Did they forget about their other two children who are somewhere in the wild?
- Is putting a baby inside a coffin with some sort of mask over its face ethical? Probably the least of their concerns I suppose
- And suddenly the parents remembered the rest of the family
- How did the dad not see / hear the gushing water headed straight towards mom and the new baby?
- If I saw the monster go under the water, I would most certainly not keep walking through the water
- A little children of the corn vibe going on with the silo scene
- Some tetris head looking crab man kind of monster. Who designed them?
- Did the little girl kill one? From killer to hero all in a few short film minutes
- Pretty sure the shotgun blast will attract ALL of the monsters. But good job for killing one
- How are you going to end the movie right before the mass destruction? What kind of absolute nonsense is this?!
- Are we to assume that the humans won since there is a sequel? I honestly find that impossible to believe
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