The first 3/4 of Don't Breathe is some of the most brilliant, suspenseful horror I've ever seen, but after that it gets really gross and uncomfortable and I can't say how without spoiling it. I like movies about scary killers, not movies that make me feel like I'm gonna throw up.
And if you're gonna put a scary killer dog (that isn't a zombie I guess) in your horror movie, its gonna make me more scared for the dog than the victims. He's just protecting his home, he doesn't know what's going on. Poor thing. 🐶