A group of teens break into a blind man's home thinking they'll get away with the perfect crime. They're wrong.
A Sequel to 'Don't Breathe' is in Development
Don't Breathe was a big box office success and another example of horror done right in 2016, and director Fede Alvarez and producer Rodo Sayagues have revealed to ComingSoon that a sequel is in the works.
'Don't Breathe' Takes Top Spot for the Second Week Running at the Box Office
For the second weekend in a row, Don't Breathe has claimed top spot at the box office. Variety is reporting that the film looks to pull in $15 million over this weekend, taking it to a total of $51 million.
Don't Breathe: Breathtakingly Good
Rocky (Jane Levy), Alex (Dylan Minnette) and Money (Daniel Zovatto) sneak into houses with stolen security keys and pawn off what they steal, all in the hopes of getting enough money to get out of Detroit. They find their big break when they discover the home of a blind man (Stephen Lang) who received a huge settlement after his daughter was killed in a car accident. Upon breaking in, however, they learn that the blind man is not the helpless man they assumed — in fact, he is a complete monster. The three friends have to scramble for survival as they get dragged deeper into the darkness of this man’s life and the skeletons in his closet.
Don't Breathe - Movie Review
Earlier this year, I thought Hush was the one of the best home invasion films in recent history. I just saw Don't Breathe. Damn, Stephen "MF" Lang has drastically changed my opinion now. Let's break it down.
A Sigh of Relief
Don't Breathe is another example of what seems to be a common theme this summer: high concept horror movies that are way better than they have any right to be( the other movies that fit this description are Lights Out and The Shallows). Don't Breathe is a really good, a tightly packed horror movie that doesn't overstay it's welcome and keeps you feeling tense the whole way through