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Shh! Rotten Tomatoes Awards 'A Quiet Place' A Frightful Honor

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Shh! Rotten Tomatoes Awards 'A Quiet Place' A Frightful Honor

Shh! Rotten Tomatoes Awards 'A Quiet Place' A Frightful Honor

'A Quiet Place' hit theaters last April and quickly became a critical and box office success.

With 2018 officially having come to a close, ComicBook.com reports that the scary tale was the best-reviewed horror film of the year on Rotten Tomatoes.

The film sits at 95 percent positive reviews on the film criticism site, with 'Hereditary'' taking second place with 89 percent.

The untitled 'A Quiet Place' sequel will be landing in theaters on May 15, 2020.

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