Soft and Quiet Review


 

With an increasingly chaotic plot unfolding in real time, Soft and Quiet is anything but what its title implies. Although it comes from Blumhouse, this isn’t your traditional horror fare, but it’s every bit as frightening knowing there are people like this in our world. The “one take” concept is executed seamlessly, with smart camera work that heightens the chaos, even if it leads to certain events unfolding a bit too quickly to be believable. This is an uncomfortable watch, but a relevant one that’s worth your time. Go into this blind if you can. I guarantee you’re in for a shock.

 Available now on VOD. 

Review by: Benjamin Garrett 


7.5/10

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