A Quiet Place isn't the kind of movie you want to watch if you have kids or generally feel bad for children whenever they're in danger of being eaten by monsters. Sure, the monsters may look super lame and there are tons of gaps in the movie's logic (why didn't the military just lure all them to a huge stadium with speakers of human sounds to drown out noises elsewhere?), but that doesn't mean it isn't darn suspenseful like, the entire time. The film's so quiet and tense that you are conscious of your breathing during it.
Those aren't really spoilers, so if you haven't seen the movie, don't hate me. And if you haven't seen it and you call yourself a horror fan, then get on it. Trouble is, you won't find A Quiet Place on Netflix, and it's not like you're going to go out to rent a movie because what are you, a savage?