Siegal and Flanagan role-played each scene in their house before writing it down. This enabled them to better envision how the characters would really react in the face of danger. See more »
Maddie stabs the Man in the neck using her left hand while he is sitting on top of her, strangling her.
When the Man is shown from Maddie's perspective, blood is coming out of the left side of his neck, which would have only been possible if Maddie would have used her right hand. See more »
Hush combines the familiarities of the home-invasion sub-genre with the unpredictability of its interesting premise. Kate Siegel plays deaf author Maddie with persisting conviction and aids in mining the story's nailbiting potential. It doesn't surpass every trope there is within its category, but it sprinkles plenty of "oh, how will this turn out?" questions across its short runtime to keep you on your toes.
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