Hush
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Bickering couple Zakes (William Ash) and Beth Christine Bottomley) witness a disturbing sight on a moonlit stretch of freeway, and find themselves drawn into a deadly confrontation after disagreeing about how to respond to what they've just seen. The rain falling from the sky as he drives along the M1, Zakes is shocked to see the back of a truck slide open, and a young woman fighting for her life. After phoning the police, Zakes ignores Beth's pleas to tail the truck, instead pulling into the next pit stop. Infuriated, Beth storms off, and vanishes without a trace. Later realizing that… More
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 43%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Mark Tonderai's debut makes for a smart calling card but relies on one tension-destroying cliché too many and offers too few thrills to satisfy the hardened horror buff."
‑ Wally Hammond, Time Out
"For all of the convention and familiarity that Hush exhibits in the early going, it does a fine job of throwing a few wrenches into a generally predictable premise."
‑ Scott Weinberg, FEARnet
"Despite, or maybe because of, its mundane setting this bleak and disturbing thriller succeeds in ratcheting up the tension."
‑ Philip Wilding, Empire Magazine
"There's a nice twist or two in Hush and it's reasonably well-made but it feels like a TV movie or, worse, an extended TV episode of an anthology series."
‑ Brian Tallerico, HollywoodChicago.com
"The label slapped on the side of Mark Tonderai's low-budget horror movie has absolutely no bearing on the silly contents."
‑ James Christopher, Times [UK]
"Hush proves you don't need a Jason, Freddy or Michael to create a nasty little horror showcase."
‑ Christian Toto, What Would Toto Watch?
"Tonderai makes good use of soulless motorway catering venues - all white strip lighting and hunched zombie drivers - but overkills his tale with a succession of improbabilities."
‑ Victor Olliver, Teletext
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