Shhh! Hear how it all began with the trailer for A Quiet Place: Day One

(courtesy IMP Awards)

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A Quiet Place: Day One is an upcoming American post-apocalyptic horror prequel. A woman fights for survival during an alien invasion in New York City – the rest of the plot is being kept under wraps for now. A Quiet Place: Day One is directed by American filmmaker Michael Sarnoski, making his second feature film after directing Pig (2021) previously, as well as a few other short films. The screenplay is also written by Michael Sarnoski, from a story by John Krasinski and Michael Sarnoski. Based on characters created by Bryan Woods & Scott Beck (for the original A Quiet Place from 2018). Produced by Michael Bay, Andrew Form, Brad Fuller, and John Krasinski. Paramount Pictures Presents, in association with Michael Bay – a Platinum Dunes / Sunday Night Production. (courtesy
First Showing)

Ask any of my friends and they will tell you I am a loud person.

I don’t necesarily set out to be but I am a Sagittarius, I love people and socialising and yes, talking and so a happily noisy, burbling with activity is somewhere I feel naturally at home.

But watching the trailer for A Quiet Place: Day One, I am reminded again, just as I was when I watched A Quiet Place and A Quiet Place: Part II, that I wouldn’t survive very long in this nightmarishly apocalyptic new world where being even slightly decibelic is going to get you fatally chomped on by aliens.

And it’s not that I or anyone else would have a death wish; as the trailer shows all too intensely, people simply don’t know at first that that is how they are being tracked by Earth’s new extraterrestrial super predator, and of course, you can’t prepare for what you don’t know.

But the savvy ones who don’t get eaten in that first wave, work it out pretty quickly and suddenly the world goes quiet in a way that brings in a whole new way of being.

But getting there is going to be TERRIFYING as this new trailer graphically and unnervingly shows.

A Quiet Place: Day One lands in cinemas without a whisper on 27 June in Australia and 28 June in U.S.

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