We Finally Know What The "Bird Box" Monsters Look Like!

Brenda Watkins
January 12, 2019

Still, however you count it, Bird Box is a ratings win for Netflix.

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In "Bird Box", viewers never get to see the monster that tries to drive Sandra Bullock to suicidal insanity.

While the accuracy of those numbers is hotly debated, the number of online jokes about the film, including the blindfolded "Bird Box challenge", suggest that an terrible lot of people have seen it.

The fad is based on the Netflix Original film that captures the challenges of Malorie, played by Sandra Bullock, and her two children, who attempt to navigate through a post-apocalyptic world. Ultimately, director Susanne Bier wisely made a decision to scrap the idea of seeing the creature and instead rely on the viewer's imagination to conjure up the horror of what several of the characters witness.

He went on to say that "In the end, I actually really liked the movie and think it was better off NOT showing the makeup".

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His description - and photos of his work - back up an interview with Bullock where she claimed the monster was a "snake-like, green man with a horrific baby face". We'll shoot the scene.' I turn and he's like this [growling at me.] It's making me laugh. While she sees the likeness to the other post-apocalyptic film, she thinks they are more alike due to their female protagonists. Again, the name of the movie is "Bird Box" and there are two birds in a box, and as Malorie and the others come to learn, the birds serve as a proverbial warning system of when these beings are in the area.

Meanwhile, the writer, Eric Heisserer said that the producers had forced him to write a big revelation scene.

IT'S THE Netflix film everyone is talking about and one watched an estimated 45 million times in its first week of release.

The planned nightmare sequence would have shown this "twisted, demonic baby creature attacking" Sandra Bullock's character in a "dream/nightmare sequence", and would have been far more explicitly scary than the creeping sense of dread the final cut delivered. "Kudos to the director for sticking to her guns on that one".

Bird Box is streaming now on Netflix.

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