The website Empire released a sinister new image of terror ‘The Black Phone’ (‘The Black Phone’), new film by the director Scott Derrickson (‘Strange Doctor’, ‘The Entity’) for the Blumhouse.
No Rotten Tomatoes, the production opened with nothing less than 100% approval, as noted 7.60/10 based on 9 reviews until now.
Check out the main comments:
“[O filme] it’s meaningful, scary, chilling and filled with powerful performances” – VitalThrills.com.
“Hawke’s performance is courageous. But is Mason Thames like Finney who keeps the film grounded when the most supernatural elements call it” – Dread Central.
“A haunting and entertaining movie that reminds us that horror is ubiquitous” – IndieWire.
“‘The Black Phone’ expands a tale in ways quite true to the original material” – THR.[display-posts orderby="rand"]
“Derrickson e Cargill […] they transform Joe Hill’s tale into a feature film of nightmares, filled with ghostly children, violence, scares and a trio of unforgettable performances” – Bloody Disgusting.
A Universal Pictures will set horror in theaters in February 4, 2022.
A boy kidnapped by a sadistic serial killer finds an old black phone. When the phone rings, the boy can hear the voices of the killer’s previous victims, and they give hints to prevent him from suffering the same fate.
Ethan Hawke (‘The Entity’) and James Ransone (‘IT: Chapter 2’) will star in the production. The cast will still feature Jeremy Davies (‘Hannibal’), Mason Thames e Madeleine McGraw.
The script, based on a short story from Joe Hill, it was written by Robert Cargill.