Valley Cinemas' parking lot was full and both theaters sold out for the 7 o'clock showing of 'A Quiet Place' as movie fans got their first glimpse of the film shot in Little Falls.
The film lasted about an hour and a half and as people were exiting the theater, they were not disappointed.
"It was great, it was excellent. Scary, it was definitely scary," said Doreen Rocheck and Marcia Coffin.
"I'm 70 years old right and I've had a mild heart attack. I'm in there watching that and I'm about having another one," said LeRoy Bigelow.
"It was outstanding. It was a completely different take. I mean, sound is so unusual in it and the suspense was absolutely wonderful," said Lynn Cipriano.
"I think it's a great movie, I think it's good for the city of Little Falls. It shows people in the Mohawk Valley what Little Falls has to offer," said Travis Heiser.
"It was pretty impressive the way they made it look," said Veronica Gigliotti. "Yeah I was surprised, I was like, whoa I live there," added Seth Rosario. "It was pretty cool. I was actually thinking about that, people are gonna see Little Falls everywhere. We're on the map. Go Little Falls."
'A Quiet Place' officially hits theaters Friday, April 6.
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