Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


REVIEW: Don’t Listen

Don't Listen

Making some noise on Netflix is the 2020 Spanish horror film ‘Don’t Listen’ from director Angel Gomez Hernandez, which is finding some renewed success lately on the streaming platform as of late.

Starring Rodolfo Sanchez, Ana Fernandez, and Ramon Barea, the movie tells the story of – “After a tragic turn of events at the new home he’s fixing up, Daniel hears a ghostly plea for help, spurring him to seek out a famous paranormal expert.”

The supernatural thriller is dubbed brilliantly for English, and it makes the experience watching the film smooth and enjoyable.

A strong plot centered on 9-year old Daniel’s troubling experiences in the home takes a number of surprising twists and turns, and has a number of moments of suspense that are capped off by an appropriate jump scare.

The first kill in the movie sets the tone for what is in store, and the movie moves along at a fluid pace.

The shocking death of Daniel is where the movie takes a number of odd plot directions, and expands the story to implement many of the old-school haunted house elements that were emphasized by great visual and audio connectivity.

Hernandez is stellar at blending horror and tension which makes ‘Don’t Listen’ and enjoyable watch, although it can, at times, be very run of the mill.

Considering it’s currently on Netflix where there are not a lot of solid horror options, it’s worth a watch and a movie that lacks much drag and is minimal on dull moments.

Fright Nerd Score
70 frights
0 Users (0 votes)
A solid horror movie that blends atmosphere, tension, and horror seamlessly to tell a haunting tale of terror.
Fright Nerd Score70
What people say... Leave your rating
Sort by:

Be the first to leave a review.

User Avatar
{{{ review.rating_title }}}
{{{review.rating_comment | nl2br}}}

Show more
{{ pageNumber+1 }}
Leave your rating

Your browser does not support images upload. Please choose a modern one

You May Also Like


IFC Midnight has delivered yet another horror entry with Brett Pierce and Drew T. Pierce’s ‘The Wretched’ which officially arrived on May 1st. The...


One thing that Damien Leone’s ‘Terrifier’ did right was their partnership with Dread Central, which helped promote this movie and provide it the exposure...


Julian Richards’ ‘Daddy’s Girl’ will arrive this September when it makes it’s World Premier at the Raindance Film Festival, and a brand new trailer...


A little over a year ago, on March 15th, 2018, Damien Leone’s ‘Terrifier‘ officially dropped and a cult classic was born. After a successful...