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The Black Phone

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2022
1h 43m
English
Horror, Thriller
Finney Shaw, a shy but clever 13-year-old boy, is abducted by a sadistic killer and trapped in a soundproof basement where screaming is of little use. When a disconnected phone on the wall begins to ring, Finney discovers that he can hear the voices of the killer’s previous victims. And they are dead set on making sure that what happened to them doesn’t happen to Finney.
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Directed By: Scott Derrickson
Written By: Scott Derrickson (Screenplay), C. Robert Cargill (Screenplay), + 1 more

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jazzeeazz says...
a month ago
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so fucking creepy. i love how it ultimately was a story about the victims and the survivor. there was no part that looked into the grabber’s pov or reasoning, it was all the kids. the other victims were used in a truly heart wrenching way to show finn’s motive and strength and intelligence. also no part of it tried to justify the dad. it was clear he loved his kids, but even his apology at the end fell short to the connection between the siblings.
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Katrin Kaspersson says...
4 weeks ago
As a longtime horror fan, I've got to say this comes very close to a masterpiece! And what makes it such a worthwhile watch, besides the creepy baddie and the supernatural elements, it's the unique bond the MC and his sister share. Though born out of trauma, it's the sort of wonderful sibling love that many of us never got to experience, and probably the most memorable feature of this movie. Also, the kid actors are freaking phenomenal, and that alone might warrant a rewatch. EDIT to add: I'm glad we finally get a horror movie protagonist that behaves intelligently, for once... And he's not an adult lol
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JimDarko says...
2 months ago
It’s the 70s and kids are in peril! The kids in this are great, and they do a good job of making some of them likable in a very short amount of time, making the tragedy hit harder. Ethan Hawke is great and this movie outside of some small passing hints doesn’t try to over explain the grabber, we stay with the kids which is a great choice, and the payoffs work
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KingKon_NL says...
3 weeks ago
Boring as hell and simply not that good. It's so weak in both character development and overall storytelling. No idea why people here are rating it with 8s and 9s but I guess they must have been watching a different movie...
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jarvis-9477279
8/10  2 months ago
8/10
Well this was different and as I am a sucker for anything BlumHouse I will say I really enjoyed it.
Didn't quite know what to expect but as the story unfolded with the snatcher I was like okay he's messed up in the head on another level, show me more. But they kept me in the dark mostly with th More
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Horseface
3 weeks ago
I had to abandon this very early on, as I couldn't see anything. I'm pretty sure it was daytime, because kids were going to school, but it was so darkly lit that it looked like late dusk. I think there was a sun in the sky, but it might have been a firefly. I put my TV on "vivid," but it couldn't re More
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a month ago
FULL SPOILER-FREE REVIEW @ https://www.msbreviews.com/movie-reviews/the-black-phone-spoiler-free-review

"The Black Phone carries a horror premise with a supernatural touch full of potential, but it plays too safe by betting on a narrative that's too simple, predictable, and repetitive.

Scott D More
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ArielRodriguez
9/10  a month ago
Scott Derrickson is becoming a name that secures success at the box office, mainly in the horror genre. In this film set in the United States of the 1970s, the director presents a correctly executed and, above all, well measured thriller. The story of a kidnapper of children and teenagers is in itse More
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