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Written by Gimly on January 20, 2019

Kind of a The Happening meets A Quiet Place, but better than the latter and way better than the former. Maybe I didn't get eeeeeeverything I wanted out of Bird Box but I'm still on board. I know that I opened this up by saying the movie is very much like two other movies, but what I liked most about is honestly that it's unlike 99.99% of the horror genre, and that little variation was just what I needed today.

Final rating:★★★½ - I really liked it. Would strongly recommend you give it your time.

Written by Wuchak on January 21, 2019

Well, at least it doesn’t have zombies

A mass epidemic strikes Earth which makes people go crazy and commit suicide, but only IF they are not blindfolded and SEE the mysterious phenomena. A group of Californians find succor in an abode with covered windows. One woman (Sandra Bullock) and two children try to make it down a remote river to find sanctuary, blindfolded. Trevante Rhodes and John Malkovich costar.

“Bird Box” (2018) is a post-apocalyptic survival adventure/horror with an original concept and elements of flicks like “The Book of Eli” (2010), “The Mist” (2007), “Carriers” (... read the rest.

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