Reely Bernie’s review published on Letterboxd:
Although the novelty of understated horror has worn off since the original, this is a decent popcorn thriller, and it was nice to smell the popcorn upon entering the theatre after so long.
Main characters are plot-protected, there’s not a whole lot going on, and most of this has been done before (Signs, 2002).
However, the aesthetic sense of endangerment and jump-scares are executed so seamlessly by writer/director John Krasinski that one remembers why we go to the movies in the first place: It is fun!
(And, I love the popcorn.)
Good to be back :)