In the unsettling first trailer for the horror film "A Quiet Place," a family lives in complete silence, because "if they can't hear you, they can't hunt you."
Real-life couple Emily Blunt and John Krasinski team up for their first film together, in which the play husband and wife leading a nearly silent existence at an isolated farmhouse in the woods. (Never a safe location in horror movies.)
The family communicates only via sign language, but when their son (Noah Jupe) knocks over a lantern, they're terrified to hear loud thumps on their roof. They seem to have an elaborate alarm system set up, because when Krasinski looks out the window, a red light goes on, signalling that something is indeed out there.
Krasinski directs the film, which was written by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods.
The movie opens April 6, 2018.