Do you dare to watch this horror film, which will soon no longer be available?

Do you dare to watch this horror film, which will soon no longer be available?
Do you dare to watch this horror film, which will soon no longer be available?

In just a few days, this horror film will no longer be available on the Netflix streaming platform. There’s not much time left to find out, but do you dare to launch it?

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By the end of the week, more precisely on Sunday April 21, the horror film Black Phone will be removed from the Netflix catalog. So there are only a few days left to (re)discover the story of Finney Shaw. This thirteen-year-old teenager is kidnapped by a killer who locks him in a completely soundproof basement. It is impossible for the young boy to scream for help, but in this room there is a telephone hanging on the wall which begins to ring. At the end of the line, the voice of her captor’s previous victims. Everyone hopes that Finney will not suffer the same fate…

Black Phone : An adaptation of the book by Joe Hill

Black Phone is an adaptation of the book of the same name by Joe Hill who is none other than the son of Stephen King. Scott Derrickson, the director of the film, remembered the day he discovered this work. “I had read his story over sixteen years ago while reading his book in a bookstore. I didn’t know he was Stephen King’s son and I just thought right away that it could make a movie tremendous”he explained before adding: “I wanted to return to my passion of horror cinema and Black Phone was a perfect opportunity.”

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The director of Black Phone lived in an ultra-morbid atmosphere”

Adapt Black Phone in the cinema was also a sort of remedy for the filmmaker who was undergoing therapy due to the bad experiences he had in his youth. With this film, he wanted to transpose the climate of fear and violence that he experienced many years earlier. First, the director revealed: “I lived in Denver in the late 70s, in a difficult neighborhood with maximum insecurity, violence and abuse of all kinds. I was, what’s more, the youngest boy among all these young people adrift.” He then clarified: I really lived in an ultra-morbid atmospherenot to mention the abuse of violence against many young people by their parents. It was truly a dark time in my life. The fear was in me and in my family.” So hurry up to see Black Phone before he left Netflix. If you’re looking for a horror film to watch, the platform has a well-stocked selection!

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Article written with the collaboration of 6médias.

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