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The Black Phone Trailer Gives New Look at Ethan Hawke’s Creepy Killer

Ethan Hawke is the scariest serial killer in the latest trailer. black phone. Blumhouse’s latest horror film marks a return to the genre for the film’s director, Scott Derrickson. Claim and Emily Rose’s Exorcism. black phone also newcomer Mason Thames, Madeleine McGraw (American sniper), Jeremy Davies (Loss) and James Ranson (Second part).

Based on the short story by horror master Joe Hill, black phone Thames stars as 13-year-old Finney Shaw, who is kidnapped by Hawke’s sadistic killer and confined to a soundproof basement. This seemingly standard horror thread takes a supernatural twist when young Finney begins communicating with the Masked Captain’s previous victims via a disconnected phone. “The phone is dead. And it sounds,” announce black phone‘ is a very appropriate and scary slogan. But these ghosts are nothing short of evil as they begin to aid Finney as he tries to escape the clutches of the man who killed them.

moon knight Star Hawke’s somewhat unexpected return as a wanton kidnapper and murderer is, of course, one of them. black phonemain selling points. While the horror movie’s latest trailer really focuses on Hawke’s masked villain, it also showcases the film’s supernatural angle. See the trailer below (via Universal Pictures):

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Fans of Derrickson’s first horror work, of course, strange doctor Helmer is returning to the genre he made his name in long before he signed on to direct a movie in the MCU. That the film is based on a story by Hill, the man behind such work. in the tall grass and Lock and Keyis also a major attraction for genre lovers. The presence of the Blumhouse stamp on the film is also a strong factor in the company’s favor, given the company’s relationship with quality horror films like the following, Invisible Man, Exit and clever.

All the indicators in fact black phone It represents another solid entry in Blumhouse’s list of Modern Horror Classics. Of course, having an actor of Hawke’s caliber playing the film’s main villain can only help heighten the emotional intensity and sense of genuine threat. for the trailer above black phone it really pokes fun at a chilling performance by Hawke, but also gives a good sense of the film’s 1970s setting and gives more than a little taste of the supernatural that adds a twist to the serial killer story at the heart of the movie.

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The Black Phone Trailer Gives New Look at Ethan Hawke’s Creepy Killer

Ethan Hawke is the creepiest of serial killers in the newest trailer for The Black Phone. Blumhouse’s latest horror entry marks a return to the genre for Scott Derrickson, director of Sinister and The Exorcism of Emily Rose. The Black Phone also stars newcomer Mason Thames, Madeleine McGraw (American Sniper), Jeremy Davies (Lost) and James Ransone (It Chapter Two).
Based on a short story by horror master Joe Hill, The Black Phone stars Thames as Finney Shaw, a 13-year-old abducted by Hawke’s sadistic killer and imprisoned in a soundproof basement. This seemingly standard horror yarn then takes a supernatural twist when young Finney begins communicating with his masked captor’s previous victims via a disconnected phone. “The phone is dead. And it’s ringing,” proclaims The Black Phone’s very appropriate and chilling tagline. But these particular ghosts are anything but evil, as they begin aiding Finney in trying to escape the clutches of the man who killed them.
Moon Knight star Hawke’s somewhat unexpected turn as a depraved child kidnapper and murderer is of course one of The Black Phone’s major selling points. The latest trailer for the horror film indeed focuses heavily on Hawke’s masked and evil character, while also playing up the movie’s supernatural angle. See the trailer in the space below (via Universal Pictures):

Watch This Video Here
Fans of Derrickson’s early horror work are of course excited to see the Doctor Strange helmer returning to the genre with which he made his name long before signing on to helm a movie in the MCU. That the film is based on a story by Hill, the man behind such works as In the Tall Grass and Locke & Key, is also a major point of attraction for genre devotees. And having the Blumhouse stamp on the movie is also a big factor in its favor, given that company’s association with quality horror films like The Invisible Man, Get Out and Insidious.
All indications indeed are that The Black Phone represents yet another solid entry in the Blumhouse roster of modern day horror classics. Of course having an actor the caliber of Hawke playing the film’s central bad guy can only help ramp up the emotional intensity and sense of genuine menace. The above trailer for The Black Phone indeed teases a chilling Hawke performance, while also giving a strong sense of the film’s 1970s setting and more than a small taste of the supernatural goings on that add a twist to the serial killer story at the movie’s heart.
Source: Universal Pictures

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The Black Phone Trailer Gives New Look at Ethan Hawke’s Creepy Killer

Ethan Hawke is the creepiest of serial killers in the newest trailer for The Black Phone. Blumhouse’s latest horror entry marks a return to the genre for Scott Derrickson, director of Sinister and The Exorcism of Emily Rose. The Black Phone also stars newcomer Mason Thames, Madeleine McGraw (American Sniper), Jeremy Davies (Lost) and James Ransone (It Chapter Two).
Based on a short story by horror master Joe Hill, The Black Phone stars Thames as Finney Shaw, a 13-year-old abducted by Hawke’s sadistic killer and imprisoned in a soundproof basement. This seemingly standard horror yarn then takes a supernatural twist when young Finney begins communicating with his masked captor’s previous victims via a disconnected phone. “The phone is dead. And it’s ringing,” proclaims The Black Phone’s very appropriate and chilling tagline. But these particular ghosts are anything but evil, as they begin aiding Finney in trying to escape the clutches of the man who killed them.
Moon Knight star Hawke’s somewhat unexpected turn as a depraved child kidnapper and murderer is of course one of The Black Phone’s major selling points. The latest trailer for the horror film indeed focuses heavily on Hawke’s masked and evil character, while also playing up the movie’s supernatural angle. See the trailer in the space below (via Universal Pictures):

Watch This Video Here
Fans of Derrickson’s early horror work are of course excited to see the Doctor Strange helmer returning to the genre with which he made his name long before signing on to helm a movie in the MCU. That the film is based on a story by Hill, the man behind such works as In the Tall Grass and Locke & Key, is also a major point of attraction for genre devotees. And having the Blumhouse stamp on the movie is also a big factor in its favor, given that company’s association with quality horror films like The Invisible Man, Get Out and Insidious.
All indications indeed are that The Black Phone represents yet another solid entry in the Blumhouse roster of modern day horror classics. Of course having an actor the caliber of Hawke playing the film’s central bad guy can only help ramp up the emotional intensity and sense of genuine menace. The above trailer for The Black Phone indeed teases a chilling Hawke performance, while also giving a strong sense of the film’s 1970s setting and more than a small taste of the supernatural goings on that add a twist to the serial killer story at the movie’s heart.
Source: Universal Pictures

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