A Quiet Place

Movie • 2018 • Horror  Report
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rgdmbm
There are no cats in the movie
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bluemeep
There are no dogs.
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doggy411
no animals were abused.
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trnstrm
There's a bug here and there, but nothing overwhelming. It should not be triggering.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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rgdmbm
A wild animal (a raccoon by the looks of it) is the only animal seen in the film but it does get killed. Its quite graphic and could be upsetting. Its crushed on screen by the creatures hand/claw/foot
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Blitkun
Dead fish in the foreground by 43min
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Benjamin Pinto
Dragons are not very quiet...
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EmoEmpath
If you count living in quiet fear of a monster that you KNOW is just outside in the bushes but can't see.
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DevinA
Unintentionally
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thursdayangelus
Not unless you count antibiotics.
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Aliceskeetskeet
There's a scene where two kids are sinking into a silo full of grain
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kadeykerns
Mama steps on a big ol nail sticking out of the steps
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Jadespade
Many scenes in the middle and end where a character has to suppress their panicked breathing in order to make less sound.
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BiliousBecca
The mother falls onto the stairs after the laundry bag gets stuck on a nail and she pulls it loose, but she does not fall down them.
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kadeykerns
YOOOOO a kid gets snatched up real quick!
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jacqueline
No one get's kidnapped, but a kid does die
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zpierson01
John Krasinski (the dad) dies, he calls the monsters to himself to save his kids.
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MishMeesh
There are jumpscares throughout, the ones that I found the most jarring are during the first half of the film. Once the monsters have a bigger presence in the latter half, the jumpscares actually tone down as the thrill is focused more on suspense and survival aspects, though there are some jumpscares still peppered throughout the latter half. I generally dislike jumpscares but found the ones in this movie manageable and not exploitative or cheap. However if you're more intensely bothered by any and all jumpscares, you may want to skip this movie.
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emailforlily22
No one is seen showering, but the mother is briefly shown sitting in the shower after giving birth
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schadd
for good reason
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bluemeep
IV shown passively A nail is stepped on
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EmoEmpath
No, but the whole movie could surely trigger one.
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MishMeesh
Yes, two instances, both by means of screaming so that a monster finds them and kills them.
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Roflpuff098
Baby is put in a box with an oxygen mask to prevent the monster hearing his crying. Also the kids sink into the corn in the grain silo.
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LeiaPasquarelli
I would argue intentionally screaming is akin to self harm in this context. It happens twice.
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Does a baby cry?
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Yes
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Kathy Lundgren
Times are HH:MM(:SS), and approximate, but close. If prone to seizures, view in well lit conditions. ~00:30 - CRT video monitors in a darkened room not in sync with camera filming. Some strobing effects. 00:50 - Lights flickering higher than 3 hz with strong contrast changes. 00:52 - Fireworks. 00:54 - Extended flashlight strobing effects. 01:04 - Flickering lights/reflections with strong contrast. starting at 01:09:30 - Significant strobing/flashing with strong contrast changes. (Will update with end time mark post-seizure.)
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SimplySnazzy
The mother gives birth offscreen, but her water is shown breaking and the blood from the birth is seen in a bathtub.
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mjiscoolz
trigger warning for babies i guess? lmao.
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CuteanimalsRus
Very bloody delivery of baby.
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Jadespade
Only white people are in this movie.
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SimplySnazzy
Pretty much 99% of this movie is in sign language with subtitles, and none of this is ableist.
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schadd
not a lot of dialogue, most things like this won't be an issue
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Yes
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AudreyBabb
Unless your idea of sexual is a married couple silently slow dancing with one another, there is none
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adeliajbrown
There is definitely hope in the ending, but I wouldn't call it happy
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Jadespade
A car does not crash, but it is attacked by the monster. If sounds resembling that of a car crash upset you, take caution. The scene happens towards the end and you will see it coming.
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kcashmore8
There is quite a lot of blood in several scenes, probably the most troubling of those is when the mother steps on a nail and when she goes into labour, there is a Lot of blood.
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Jadespade
No humans are shot, only monsters.
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Kaylyn Bosh
There is a kind of drowning scene where two characters are sinking into grain. The scene appears to make them look like they are drowning, as the grain is deep.
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