Quiet dating place
Quiet dating place
Back in July we released the soundtrack for one of the best horror films of 2018 (a year that has been absolutely amazing for the genre): A QUIET PLACE.Tomorrow, we are proud to release a new poster by the stellar Matt Ryan Tobin for this incredible film.
Plus, changes in modern interior design have resulted in less sound absorbing features such as carpeting, drapes and tablecloths.
A sequel to John Krasinski's chilling passion project was confirmed earlier this year, and it was revealed only recently that the film's director, co-writer and star will be back in some capacity.
Just last month, Related: A Quiet Place review: easily the scariest movie of the year so far Form also explained that it'll take some time to make another, equally brilliant film.
Gregory Scott is in that club — but he decided to do something about it.
A Starkey hearing aid wearer and lifelong New Yorker, Gregory developed Sound Print — an i Phone app that he likes to call “Yelp for Noise”.
Directed by John Krasinski, the film follows a family of four who must quietly survive in a world in which monstrous creatures hunt by sound.
It often reaches Hitchcock levels of tension and is bolstered by a strong concept that is exceptionally executed.It is not just those with hearing loss who benefit from the app.A high number of our users hear fine and just want a quieter place to patronize.Say you want a quiet place to hear others without straining: for a first date, when family is in town, for a business meeting or a place to study.Users can pull up Sound Print and search to find a restaurant or venue that’s suitable for conversation.Sound Print’s data shows that in New York City, San Francisco and New Orleans, restaurants and bars on average are too noisy for conversation, and a significant number are so loud they endanger the hearing health of patrons and venue employees.