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      Somewhere Quiet

      Released Feb 2 1h 38m Horror Mystery & Thriller TRAILER for Somewhere Quiet: Trailer 1 List Somewhere Quiet: Trailer 1 Somewhere Quiet: Trailer 1 2:00 View more videos
      92% Tomatometer 12 Reviews 30% Audience Score 50+ Ratings Months after escaping a brutal kidnapping, Meg travels with her husband, Scott, to his family's isolated compound in Cape Cod, hoping the early winter quiet will give her space to recover and for them to reconnect. Shortly after they arrive, however, the couple discovers they are not alone on the property. Scott's charming but overbearing cousin, Madelin, is staying next door. To Meg's surprise, the two are quite close and soon Madelin's presence is inescapable. With each passing day Meg and Scott's already fragile relationship begins to fracture, while Meg is haunted by vivid nightmares, visions of an old woman lurking in the woods, and a growing suspicion that Scott and Madelin are hiding something from her. As the tension in the house grows, Meg begins to act out in increasingly reckless ways, setting into motion a series of disturbing events that shatters the thin barrier of civility between her and the cousins. Subtle manipulation gives way to violent confrontation as Scott and Madelin reveal their troubling history and Meg learns the truth about her abduction. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Buy Now

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      Alexandra Heller-Nicholas AWFJ.org This movie offers an extraordinary sense of indefinable visceral dread and a deeply satisfying mystery, all framed through the lens of Lloyd’s radical rethinking of the final girl. Jun 23, 2023 Full Review Meagan Navarro Bloody Disgusting For those that don’t mind wading into the darker recesses of a fractured mind, Somewhere Quiet offers a melancholic, intimate, and moody seaside epilogue of a Final Girl’s story. Rated: 3/5 Jun 12, 2023 Full Review Chad Collins Dread Central Somewhere Quiet is a promising debut from Olivia West Lloyd even if it’s regularly constrained by the horror convention of today. Rated: 3/5 Apr 1, 2024 Full Review Todd Jorgenson Cinemalogue Picking up where many horror movies leave off, this tightly wound psychological thriller is a powerfully unsettling glimpse into trauma and paranoia. Feb 2, 2024 Full Review Murjani Rawls Draftkings Nation 'Somewhere Quiet'’s magic doesn’t lie in a multitude of jump scares (although there are swaths of disturbing images sprinkled in), but the fact that trauma acts like that piece of gum that never quite gets off the bottom of your shoe. Jul 12, 2023 Full Review Jesse Hassenger Paste Magazine Somewhere Quiet may not quite reach classic level, but it’s a tightly crafted exercise in the art of seething. Rated: 7.2/10 Jun 23, 2023 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Kenny T Not sure what was going on. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 06/16/24 Full Review Jill S I didn’t understand it barely at all. I’m sorry I don’t recommend what so ever. Super slow. I even had to google the ending and what it was even trying to tell it meant and still nope. Sorry. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 06/02/24 Full Review Jennifer H This movie was baffling, annoying and confusing. If you want to spend a couple hours trying to figure out wtf you're actually watching, then by all means, this is the flick for you. If you like movies with a plot and direction, maybe take a pass. I gave it 2 stars because I thought Jennifer Kim's acting was quite good, otherwise this whole film sucks. I should have known when I saw it had a great critics score and a not great audience score; I rarely appreciate movies that critics rave about. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 05/17/24 Full Review Adam B Somewhere Quiet features some great subtle acting. The story does leave a lot for the viewer to fill in the blanks. I admit, I had to go back and re-read the synopsis mid-movie to recall the off-screen trauma that had occurred. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 04/17/24 Full Review Thom G Definitely not light or relaxing, "Somewhere Quiet" induces subtle social commentary through a psychologically sophisticated journey into manipulation, trauma and its impact on relationships. Clearly more a drama movie than a horror one (which might explain the low ratings from the audience as due to mismatched expectations). Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 04/03/24 Full Review Animation A What an incredible job showing how real trauma works in this scenario. Well paced and scripted. You get to see the depths of the human psyche break down after such an event before, during, and after. Understanding how the story unfolds and how this happens is breathtaking and keeps you glued to the end. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 03/27/24 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Synopsis Months after escaping a brutal kidnapping, Meg travels with her husband, Scott, to his family's isolated compound in Cape Cod, hoping the early winter quiet will give her space to recover and for them to reconnect. Shortly after they arrive, however, the couple discovers they are not alone on the property. Scott's charming but overbearing cousin, Madelin, is staying next door. To Meg's surprise, the two are quite close and soon Madelin's presence is inescapable. With each passing day Meg and Scott's already fragile relationship begins to fracture, while Meg is haunted by vivid nightmares, visions of an old woman lurking in the woods, and a growing suspicion that Scott and Madelin are hiding something from her. As the tension in the house grows, Meg begins to act out in increasingly reckless ways, setting into motion a series of disturbing events that shatters the thin barrier of civility between her and the cousins. Subtle manipulation gives way to violent confrontation as Scott and Madelin reveal their troubling history and Meg learns the truth about her abduction.
      Director
      Olivia West Lloyd
      Producer
      Emma Hannaway, Taylor Shung, Eamon Downey
      Screenwriter
      Olivia West Lloyd
      Distributor
      Vertical
      Production Co
      Last Rodeo Studios, The Population
      Genre
      Horror, Mystery & Thriller
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Feb 2, 2024, Limited
      Runtime
      1h 38m
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