End Credits:
A Quiet Place

Plus: I Kill Giants

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Most will recognise John Krasinski as Jim Halpert from the US version of The Office. Now showing off his talents is A Quiet Place, which he has written, starred in and directed. In a tense and thrilling film, Kransinski stars alongside his real-world wife Emily Blunt as Lee and Evelyn Abbott, parents to a young family caught in a post-apocalyptic world populated by mysterious creatures that hunt by sound. With the family having to live in silence it doesn’t leave much room for dialogue but this only adds to the effective use of suspense in an original and scary horror well worth a watch.

If you need a monster movie for a younger audience during the Easter holidays you might consider I Kill Giants, based on the graphic novel of the same name. Barbara Thorson is a bullied outcast at school who escapes to a fantasy land to cope with life and troubles at home. Relatable to kids, especially geeky ones, yet deep enough for parents, the movie plays with serious themes well but treads the line of becoming a typical tearjerker near the end.

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