It Follows, A Quiet Place, and the Complete Parent-Child Relationship Cycle
by Movies Under The Surface
When it comes to modern horror, It Follows and A Quiet Place are leading the pack. For not only are they fun, dark, and scary, they also have a depth and profoundness that extend way beyond what horror typically does. And even though these two films are mostly unrelated beyond genre, their depth and meaning are surprisingly complimentary, making them not just great films, but companion pieces as well.
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