Black Phone poster reveals Ethan Hawke as masked killer ‘the Grabber’
Blumhouse Productions just released the image that will be behind your eyelids as you fall asleep tonight. When you place your peepers on the new The black phone poster, you just know things aren’t going to work out for some people. You will sleep with the night light on for a few nights. And we won’t be able to see Ethan Hawke again without thinking of him as the terrifying, twisted Grabber. I’ve heard of his âno bad guys ruleâ, but it’s clear he threw it out the window.
“The Black phone follows a kidnapped boy locked in a basement stained with the blood of half a dozen other murdered children. In the cellar with him is an antique telephone, long unplugged, but which rings at night with calls from the dead. “
Jason Blum says The black phone âIt’s definitely one of the scariest movies we’ve ever made. Scott thinks it’s his best movie. I’m such a fan of Scottâ¦ I really love all of his movies. I loved it. Sinister but I will definitely say this is one of his best movies. Perhaps the best movie he’s ever made. “
Featuring Ethan hawke As the sadistic killer “The Grabber”, the film also stars James Ransone, Jeremy Davies, Mason Thames and Madeleine McGraw. Hawke will team up again with Sinister director Scott Derrickson. Joe Hill provided the source material with his short story of the same name. Joe Hill took him out of the park with his mixture of horror and a touch of humor. While Locke and key is appreciated by a younger audience. graphic novel and telecast wouldn’t make you think of ditching the kids and watching the tv series. Its brand of contemporary horror is unique to it, and filmmakers are clamoring to collaborate.
Blumhouse is a great fit, producing horror films, such as Paranormal activity, Insidious, The purge, To divide, Get out, Happy day of the dead, Halloween, We, and The invisible Man. Blumhouse’s business model of using a small budget, giving their directors creative freedom and releasing in larger studio tents is nothing new. You saw me share the news of micro-budget nuggets ala Sharknado. What definitely sets them apart is their international success in their endeavors. Blumhouse’s low budget model started with the 2007 film Paranormal activity, which was produced for $ 15,000 and grossed over $ 193 million worldwide. Blumhouse product Insidious, which grossed over $ 99 million worldwide on a budget of $ 1.5 million, and Sinister, which grossed over $ 87 million worldwide on a budget of $ 3 million.
It gives you hope that the world of independent cinema will not be appreciated by the privileged few. When you have Blumhouse as an example, creating films that attract talent by encouraging innovative and unique stories and the freedom to tell the story without focus groups and ‘suggestions’ from the top ranks, it proves to future investors that films freelancers are a profitable prospect. . We have until January 28, 2022 to buy this night light or ask Santa for one. We’re gonna need it.
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