The black phone is now streaming on the peacock

black phone It was released in theaters in June, and was a huge hit among critics and audiences. The film has currently received 82% of critics and 89% of audiences rotten tomatoes. ComicBook.comCharlie Ridley gave the movie 4 out of 5 and described it as a “killer thriller” that “grabs your attention and never lets it go”. As of July 15, horror fans can watch black phone At home on VOD, but now the movie is officially available to watch on Peacock.

“⚠️ Alert! Suspicious vehicles have been widely detected nearby. The Black Phone is now streaming in our link in bio,” Peacock teased on Instagram earlier today. You can check out their fun/scary trailer for the movie below:

black phone The movie is set in the 1970s, with star Ethan Hawke playing the kidnapper and serial killer nicknamed The Grabber. The film also stars Mason Thames in his first-ever movie role, playing main character Finney Shaw, who has been kidnapped by Grabber and must find a way to escape his clutches. In addition to the output, Dr. Gharib Helmer Scott Derrickson wrote the script along with longtime collaborator C. Robert Cargill. The film is based on a short story written by Joe Hill.

Speaking of Hill, the beloved horror writer had an idea for a sequel to black phoneDerrickson hopes to turn that into a second movie in the series.

“Joe Hill gave me a great idea to complement it black phone That, if this movie does well, I will. “He’s got a great idea,” Derrickson said, “I really liked it.” earlier this year. “Joe is very protective and personal about his stuff, but he came to me with an idea and I said, ‘This is how you can perform black phone. that’s cool.'”

“I was intentionally trying not to reinterpret that by Spielberg’s representation of suburban life,” Derrickson previously explained. “I suspect Weird things He does a nice job of it. And I think that’s really cool. And I really love Weird things. I think a lot of the films that have been included are kind of based on Spielberg’s influence. I wanted to do something completely different, which is that I didn’t want to look back on these years of my life, personally, with nostalgia. I didn’t want to look at them through the filter of other cinemas. I really tried to go back and look at the violence and the kind of danger and what it was like for me growing up in North Denver in 1978 in a relatively violent neighborhood where people were fighting and bleeding all the time.”

black phone It is now streaming on Peacock and hitting Blu-ray and DVD on August 16.



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