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DAVID S. GOYER has earned a reputation for telling character-driven stories adapted from the otherworldly realms of superheroes, fantasy and the supernatural. His breakout came in 1998 when he wrote the action hit BLADE starring Wesley Snipes, based on the Marvel Comics vampire hunter. Since then, he's solidified himself as writer and producer who elevates genre driven stories to the next level.Most recently, Goyer Executive Produced and served as Showrunner for one of the year's most epic series, FOUNDATION, which premiered on Apple TV+. Based on Isaac Asimov's iconic novels, Goyer's sensibilities brought this world to life with his unique tone.On the film side, Goyer produced the Sundance hit THE NIGHT HOUSE, starring Rebecca Hall, as well as the Scott Derrickson film ANTLERS. Both films are being released by Searchlight this fall. Goyer also produced THE TOMORROW WAR, starring Chris Pratt for Skydance and Amazon.Previously, Goyer scripted and collaborated with Christopher Nolan on the story for the Superman feature MAN OF STEEL. Goyer also worked with Nolan on the mega-hit DARK KNIGHT trilogy, starting with the screenplay for BATMAN BEGINS. Goyer went on to team with Nolan on the story for the billion-dollar blockbuster THE DARK KNIGHT for which they received a Writers Guild of America Award nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay, followed by the story's conclusion in THE DARK KNIGHT RISES. Additionally, Goyer co-wrote and produced BATMAN V. SUPERMAN, which broke the record for biggest March opening weekend in box office history.In 2002, Goyer made his feature film directorial debut with the drama ZIGZAG for which he also wrote the screenplay, based on the acclaimed novel by Landon Napoleon. His other directing credits include THE INVISIBLE starring Justin Chatwin and Marcia Gay Harden, and the hit supernatural thriller THE UNBORN, based on his own original screenplay and starring Odette Annable and Gary Oldman. In the same year wrote 2002's BLADE II on which he also served as an executive producer. In 2004, he directed, wrote and produced the last of the trilogy, BLADE: TRINITY.In addition to screenwriting, Goyer made his debut in video games with the story for the smash hit “Call of Duty: Black Ops,” and penned the story for its blockbuster follow up, “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2” as well as Black Ops: Cold War. Goyer also wrote and executive-produced the groundbreaking VR series VADER IMMORTAL for Lucasfilm and Oculus.In Television, Goyer's work includes the series DA VINCI'S DEMONS, for which he served as Creator, Director, and Executive Producer, focusing on the life of Leonardo da Vinci; CONSTANTINE, KRYPTON; and the cult classic FLASHFORWARD. Goyer also co-wrote the pilot and serves as executive producer for Neil Gaiman's SANDMAN, which is currently filming in London.The Dialogue: Learning From the Masters is a groundbreaking interview series that goes behind the scenes of the fascinating craft of screenwriting. In these 70-90 minute in-depth discussions, more than two-dozen of today's most successful screenwriters share their work habits, methods and inspirations, secrets of the trade, business advice, and eye-opening stories from life in the trenches of the film industry. Each screenwriter discusses his or her filmography in great detail and breaks down the mechanics of one favorite scene from their produced work.Your Host: Producer Mike De Luca is responsible for some of the most groundbreaking films of the last 15 years. After enrolling in New York University's film studies program at 17, De Luca dropped out four credits shy of graduation to take an unpaid internship at New Line Cinema. He advanced quickly there under the tutelage of founder Robert Shaye and eventually became president of production.
Get more at podsematary.com! Read our afterthoughts for this episode at https://twitter.com/PodSematary/status/1554240987651665920 CW: Suicide, Rape, Homophobia, Child Abuse It's Serial-Kidnappers-in-Masks Week on Pod Sematary! Chris & Kelsey talk to strangers... and dead kids! The Classic Film: Kiss the Girls (1997) "Police hunting for a serial kidnapper are helped when a victim manages to escape for the first time” (IMDb.com). Despite its status as the first film appearance of Doctor/Detective Alex Cross, Kiss the Girls is still just one of a slew of mediocre, serial-killer thrillers churned out by the 90s. The Modern Film: The Black Phone (2021) "After being abducted and locked in a soundproof basement, a 13-year-old boy starts receiving calls on a disconnected phone from the killer's previous victims” (IMDb.com). A recent critical darling of the genre, Joe Hill and Scott Derrickson's The Black Phone is pretty compelling... if a tad overrated. Audio Sources: "American History X" produced by New Line Cinema, et al. "The Black Phone" produced by Blumhouse Productions, et al. "Boombastic" written by Orville Burrell, et al., and performed by Shaggy "Deadpool" produced by Twentieth Century Fox, et al. "Kiss the Girls" produced by Paramount Pictures & Rysher Entertainment "Leonardo Leonardo Returns and Dante Has an Important Decision to Make" (Clerks S01E01) produced by View Askew Productions, et al. "The Little Mermaid" produced by Walt Disney Pictures, et al. "Robin Hood: Men in Tights" produced by Brooksfilms & Gaumont "The Sixth Sense" produced by Spyglass Entertainment, et al.
On the latest Hot Takes, Bernadette and Robby take a look at this year's runaway horror hit, The Black Phone. Along the way, they discuss the joy of watching Ethan Hawke (especially spooky Hawke!) and the unavoidable legacy of Stephen King found in Joe Hill's storytelling (Hill being King's son). They also chat about how refreshing it is to watch a story not steeped in lore, the importance of artistic interpretation, and just what happened to Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill's version of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Listen on....
On this episode we're talking all about a brand new horror film adventure that you won't want to hang up on, The Black Phone! Directed by Scott Derrickson and based upon a short story that was written by Joe Hill, The Black Phone is truly a psychological horror film that takes it's viewers on a trip and makes them wonder what could truly make someone want to do such bad things in the world to other people. With a performance from Ethan Hawke that will have your eyes wide open, will it still have you asking if there is more to know about his character in the end? We discuss this and more on our episode this week! Plot: Finney Shaw is a shy but clever 13-year-old boy who's being held in a soundproof basement by a sadistic, masked killer. When a disconnected phone on the wall starts to ring, he soon discovers that he can hear the voices of the murderer's previous victims -- and they are dead set on making sure that what happened to them doesn't happen to Finney.
This movie is the next chapter in horror collaboration by director Scott Derrickson and Ethan Hawk who worked together in Sinister. It is our privilege to present you our Horror 101 treatment of The Black Phone. Not since our Maniac show many years ago did a brand new movie push our scores so high. Show Highlights:01:00 Prelude to Terror...04:50 Savini Mask Design...06:50 Remembering Sinister...12:33 Spoiler Warning!!!15:30 I Dreamed of Balloons...18:15 Would You Like To See A Magic Trick?20:00 Ethan Hawk as The Grabber...21:45 First Caller...23:40 Don't Go Upstairs...29:00 Escape Attempt...33:45 This is the Last Call...40:15 A Solid Payoff...46:25 Scoring The Film...61:00 Conclusion! Thanks for Listening!
After a lengthy hiatus the Movie Night boys are back in the studio to review two modern horror breakout, Scott Derrickson's The Black Phone and the third installment into Jordan Peele's already storied filmography, Nope. For two movies with a nearly identical critical consensus, audience reception varies significantly. What is it about traditional horror concepts like those from The Black Phone that seem to win audiences over in a way where less traditional approaches like Nope seem to split down the middle and polarize? Along the way we talk shop on supernatural elements in horror movies, sci fi, Jordan Peele's already significant impact throughout the industry and more. Crack open a couple of cold ones with us, leave us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts and let us know what you think we should review next.
From the ashes of a Raimi-less Doctor Strange sequel from another multiverse comes Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill's exemplary adaptation of Joe Hill's THE BLACK PHONE, which gifts us a new horror icon in Ethan Hawke's THE GRABBER and some of the best child performances since IT! Cody and Mike ring up some ghosts themselves to dive into the 70s trappings, heady themes, the ways Derrickson and Cargill expand and improve the short tale, and for some reason debate whether or not the LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT remake should have included the chainsaw massacre or not.Pick up that damn phone, you naughty boy, and download the episode now!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BoxOfficePulpPodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/BoxOfficePulpApple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/box-office-pulp/id577338641Amazon Podcasts: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/7c11ff8b-2875-454d-8770-8b1d36d04b52Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/534ZPRmDoZzNs5GtiAhOEcStitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=37192&refid=stpr
Jay, Captain Keith and Wayne Da Que review and discuss "The Black Phone". After being abducted by a child killer and locked in a soundproof basement, a 13-year-old boy starts receiving calls on a disconnected phone from the killer's previous victims. #theblackphone #moviereview #ethanhawke DirectorScott Derrickson WritersJoe Hill(based on the short story 'The Black Phone' by) Scott Derrickson(screenplay by) C. Robert Cargill(screenplay by) StarsMason Thames Madeleine McGraw Ethan Hawke --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/moviebenchquarterbacking/message
Joe Hill is more than just the son of horror icon Stephen King, and Scott Derrickson's adaptation of his short story helps showcase what makes him a powerhouse in his own right. In episode 235, Luke & James talk about how authors can approach writing taboos, what they might risk, exploring childhood trauma, Ethan Hawke's standout performance, catharsis through horror, and using True Crime as an inspiration. They end by casting their votes for what version is better: the short story or the movie! Ink to Film Become a Patron for hours of exclusive content & more: www.patreon.com/inktofilm Buy 20th Century Ghosts or any of the other source novels at Ink to Film's bookshop: www.bookshop.org/shop/inktofilm Ink to Film's Twitter, Facebook, Instagram (@inktofilm) Home Base: inktofilm.com Intro/outro music: Haunted by Ross Bugden Luke Elliott Website: www.lukeelliottauthor.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/luminousluke IG: https://www.instagram.com/lpelliott/ James Bailey Twitter: https://twitter.com/Jame_Bail
Depois de dar luz ao Doutor Estranho, Scott Derrickson retorna ao horror com tudo. Adaptando um conto de Joe Hill - o filho de Stephen King- o diretor de O Exorcismo de Emily Rose e A Entidade agora mergulha numa trama que mistura o sobrenatural com filme de sequestro, acompanhando um garoto que nos anos 70 termina refém de um psicopata vivido por Ethan Hawke e só tem um telefone de parede preto e desligado para ajudá-lo. O sucesso nas bilheterias já fez multiplicar o orçamento curto, e agora resta saber se a produção é ou não merecedora de tamanha repercussão. No Cinemático 308, Carlos Merigo, Marcelo Miranda e Pedro Strazza discutem o filme e como ele se insere na carreira do diretor e do atual momento do horror, além de debater como diabos o telefone preto aconteceria num episódio de Todo Mundo em Pânico. spoilers: 45m12s notas: 54m04s ASSINE: catarse.me/cinematico SIGA @CINEMATICOPOD Apresentação: Carlos MerigoProdução e Pesquisa: Pedro StrazzaEdição e Sonorização: Marcelo MirandaAtendimento e Comercialização: FTPI / Boo-BoxContato: email@example.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Popcorn Podcast welcomes mega-producer Jason Blum to discuss Blumhouse Productions' latest horror hit, The Black Phone, starring Ethan Hawke as a terrifying child snatcher terrorising a Colorado neighbourhood in the 1970s. Blum shares what makes The Black Phone so damn scary, the surprising Stephen King connection and why he'll say yes to anything director Scott Derrickson brings him. We hope you enjoy this special episode.Know someone who loves movies? Please share Popcorn Podcast with your friends.Visit popcornpodcast.com for more movie reviews, celebrity interviews and news.Popcorn Podcast interviews the biggest stars, including Hugh Jackman and more, on YouTube: Popcorn Podcast
Look both ways because Mr Masky is out the lookout. Answer the call coming from inside the childhood trauma with The Black Phone.Tasty links below...Site: https://fyrpodcast.comApple: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/for-your-reference/id1453532214Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ForYourReferenceTwitter: https://twitter.com/ForYourRefPodInsta: https://www.instagram.com/foryourrefpodYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6oOmo_3tzdD0VtBzt2d0JA
This week, we brush off our rotary phones as DOtD reviews Scott Derrickson's “The Black Phone”. We talk through the film's narrative similarities to other works, its implementation of the supernatural, and Nico continues to wreak havoc on Justin with his psychic powers. Spoilers on the line.
After being abducted by a child killer and locked in a soundproof basement, a 13-year-old boy starts receiving calls on a disconnected phone from the killer's previous victims.Starring Mason Thames, Madeleine McGraw, Ethan Hawke, Jeremy Davies, E. Roger Mitchell, Troy Rudeseal, James Ransone, Miguel Cazarez Mora, and more.Music by Mark KorvenCinematography by Brett JutkiewiczBased on the short story written by Joe HillScreenplay by C. Robert Cargill and Scott DerricksonDirected by Scott Derrickson
In this week's episode of the AIPT Movies podcast, Alex, Tim, and Matt discuss the absurdist action-comedy-drama with a heart of gold, Everything Everywhere All at Once! Is the movie a perfect showcase for occasionally undervalued talent like Michelle Yeoh, James Hong, and Ke Huy Quan? Is the movie just another example of Hollywood's current obsession with multiverses? Also, Alex saw The Black Phone and most of the Indian action-drama RRR and shares his thoughts.In addition to the movie discussions, Alex tries to pitch Hired Guns to his friend and producer, Evan Christopher. Will Alex finally be able to break his streak of unreleased mockbusters?! Listen now to find out!You can find AIPT Movies on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. As always, if you enjoy the podcast, be sure to leave us a positive rating, subscribe to the show, and tell your friends!The AIPT Movies podcast brings you the latest in movie news, reviews, and more! Hosted by supposed “industry vets,” Alex Harris, Tim Gardiner, and Matt Paul, the show gives you a peek behind the scenes from three filmmakers with oddly nonexistent filmographies. You can find Alex on Instagram and Twitter @alexharriscomix. Matt is a terrific artist that you can find on Instagram @no_wheres_ville. Tim can't be found on social media because he doesn't exist. If you have any questions or suggestions for the AIPT Movies crew, they can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can find them on Twitter @AIPTmoviesPod.Evan Christopher's music is "Hustle" by Peyruis. Theme song is “We Got it Goin On” by Cobra Man.
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The Black Phone is the new horror, thriller by Dr. strange director Scott Derrickson who returns to his horror/thriller roots. It stars Ethan Hawk and Mason Thames in the psychological film. Young Finney is abducted by a madman and has to find his way out of the secluded room that he has been put in. Supernatural elements are involved. How did the movie fair? Is it generic or is it brand new and fresh? John gives his review. #TheBlackPhone #EthanHawke #Horror Audio only podcast Movie Lovers Unite https://open.spotify.com/episode/6Slq3HhR8govf8zBxcRhu4?si=gJ3STpcKSyisesL5uiA1lQ Buy some merch from us by clicking the link https://www.bonfire.com/movie-lovers-unite-podcast-1/ To donate to us feel free to buy us a coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Movielovers Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/HouseNerdGeek Follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/movieloverstvloversunite/ Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/movieloversunit Follow us on Tiktok https://www.tiktok.com/@movieloverstvloversunit0 If you want to reach out to us you can by emailing us at email@example.com Follow Alex https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnda0j9dYT-GyB3Mv8ZGbwQ https://www.instagram.com/atownalex3/ https://twitter.com/atownalex3 Follow Rossie http://Facebook.com/www.rossielynn --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/movieloversunite/message
After being abducted by a child killer and locked in a soundproof basement, a 13-year-old boy starts hearing the killer's previous victims broadcast the world's most dangerous podcast from a disconnected phone. Episode 521 of Trick or Treat Radio is the calm before the storm as we near our Ten Year Anniversary. We discuss The Black Phone from director Scott Derrickson based on a short story by Joe Hill! We also talk about growing up in a pre-internet age, the evolution of the killer, and what other foods we'd like to see get the uncrustables treatment! So grab a comedy or tragedy mask, avoid the black balloons, and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: 2000 A.D., Mr. Zaz, penultimate, Young Bucks or the Old F*cks, Paul Stanley, The Blackout Tapes, The Ten Year Anniversary Show details, enjoy a good crust, untacoables, food prep, bootleg uncrustables, “to pee or not to pee,” pre-approve everyone, rapid fire questions, Skinemax, Discord, podcatchers, Dungeons and Dragons, Marlon Wayans, Tiamat it's where it's at, Vox Machina, Critical Role, The Boys, Thundar the Barbarian, bulbous bulb in the rear, riding the outlaw trail, Scott Derrickson, Tilda Swinton, Labyrinth, Thor: Ragnarok, David Bowie, The Dark Crystal, Doctor Strange, creative differences, Kenneth Branaugh, Taika Waititi, wood paneling walls, earth tones, Ethan Hawke, America's Most Wanted, John Walsh, the innocent 70s, stranger danger of the 80s, 3:00 High, Monster Squad, mass murderers, serial killers, Mark Harmon, Ted Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer, the evolution of the killer, generational changes in youth activities, Rob Zombie, The Munsters, Powerman 5000, not Jon Cryer, Dudes, Steve Miller, Offseason, Mickey Keating, violin plucking soundtracks, euro-horror, Lucio Fulci, Jocelin Donahue, H.P. Lovecraft, Raiders of Atlantis, Phil A. Buster, A Naivety Scene, Gotta Podcatch ‘em All, and The End of an Error.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show
For their 73rd episode, two elevated film critics, worried dads, and non-kidnapping school teachers Will Johnson and Don Shanahan welcome back special guest Cati Glidewell of The Blonde in Front to the shows. She's back to talk about Scott Derrickson's successful horror comeback "The Black Phone." Don didn't see this one, so he plays moderator while Will and Cati dial all the possible numbers for this Ethan Hawke vehicle. Come for the shared challenge and tirade and stay for the mutual love and respect for the fun movies encapsulate. Enjoy our podcast!www.25yearslatersite.comhttps://www.instagram.com/cinephilehissyfit/https://www.instagram.com/casablancadon/Twitter: https://twitter.com/CinephileFitwww.RuminationsRadioNetwork.comwww.instagram.com/RuminationsRadioNetworkTwitter: RuminationsRadioNetwork@RuminationsNProduction by Mitch Proctor for Area 42 Studios and SoundEpisode Artwork by Charles Langley for Area 42 Studios and Soundhttps://www.patreon.com/RuminationsRadio★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Sí, aunque no lo creas es viernes. El día donde RELIGIOSAMENTE Y SIN PAUSA ALGUNA sale Hoy Trasnoche. Esta semana Flor, Calu y Oti se meten en coyunturas de todo tipo que incluyen: a falta de novedades sobre Ezra Miller otro quilombo más de Armie Hammer, unas declaraciones muy picantes de los hermanos Russo, gente quejándose de pagar al valor del día una empanada más a Netflix y varias cosas más. Y esperá que eso no es todo: porque encima estos que SON SARMIENTO Y NO TE DEJAN UN SOLO VIERNES SIN CAPÍTULO vieron dos películas: Crímenes del futuro (Crimes of the Future, 2022) de David Cronenberg y El teléfono negro (The Black Phone, 2021) de Scott Derrickson. Sí, la verdad que te tendríamos que estar cobrando.
The adaption of the 2004 short story of the same name by Joe Hill is a scary flick with heart. Directed by Scott Derrickson, The Black Phone is the supernatural horror film starring Ethan Hawke. Finney (Mason Thames), 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.
On a whim we decided to see The Black Phone, the new Blumhouse horror movie directed by Scott Derrickson and adapted from a short story by Joe Hill (Stephen King's son). Ethan Hawke plays a child abductor nicknamed "The Grabber" in 1978 suburban Denver. It also stars Mason Thames, Madeleine McGraw, Jeremy Davies, and James Ransone. We got all hot and bothered about the film and the theatrical experience in the Burbank 6, in this very hawt take!
Welcome back to Morgan Hasn't Seen with Jeannine Brice & Morgan Robinson!! The courtroom gets demonic on this week's episode as Jeannine and Morgan bring a little bit of Horror into this series, talking Scott Derrickson's debut; and one of the most unique and thoughtful Horror movies of its era, THE EXORCISM OF EMILY ROSE (2005) starring Laura Linney, Tom Wilkinson & Jennifer Carpenter!! Our Youtube Channel for Monday Madness on video, Watchalongs, Live Discussions & more: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvACMX8jX1qQ5ClrGW53vow Donate: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ItsAWonderful1 Join our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ItsAWonderful1 IT'S A WONDERFUL PODCAST STORE: https://its-a-wonderful-podcast.creator-spring.com/ Sub to the feed and download now on Anchor, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox, Amazon Music & more and be sure to rate, review and SHARE AROUND!! Keep up with us on Twitter: Podcast: https://twitter.com/ItsAWonderful1 Morgan: https://twitter.com/Th3PurpleDon Jeannine: https://twitter.com/JeannineDaBean Keep being wonderful!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/itsawonderfulpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/itsawonderfulpodcast/support
This week, we take a look at The Black Phone! The new horror film created by Scott Derrickson and friend of the show C. Robert Cargill is a creepy delight. We talk about the movie and the original story by Joe Hill, who looks a lot more like Stephen King than Tim does. Why could that be? Oh – we spoil the shit out of it!
En este capítulo reseño la más reciente película de Scott Derrickson, protagonizada por Ethan Hawke y basada en una historia de Joe Hill (el hijo mayor de Stephen King). Para ser mecenas del podcast, visita mi perfil en Patreon. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/peripatos/support
On the latest edition of Circle City Cinema, Zach Griffith goes Han Solo to discuss what he's watched lately, the movie news, as well as discussing the Scott Derrickson film Black Phone and the new Marvel movie Thor: Love and Thunder. This was a great episode, hope you listen and enjoy!
In this episode Jef, Josh and Brian get snatched in broad daylight by a dracula clown and are locked away in a basement. Determined to escape they start making a plan but what's that sound? Is the phone ringing? Isn't it broken, who could it be? Are the FM3 tripping balls?! Don't that many helium balloons cost a fortune? Could it be ghosts, or something in their bonked heads? Maybe it is tainted exotic milks? Whatever it might be, the crew answers the call on The Black Phone!
Directed by Scott DerricksonWritten by Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill, based on the short story by Joe HillStars Mason Thames, Madeleine McGraw and Ethan HawkeRated RRuntime: 1hr 43minPremiered at Fantastic Fest September 25, 2021Released June 24, 2022 in theatersRT: 83% critics; 89% audienceSynopsis In 1970s Denver a man the press has dubbed The Grabber is abducting and murdering young boys. When he kidnaps 13yr old Finney, the boy receives messages from the previous murdered children via a disconnected phone in his basement cell. Next time you hear from us, we'll be reviewing the listener requested Last Shift, currently streaming all over the place.Theme music: "Secret of Tiki Island" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Justin gives his just out of the theater thoughts on The Black Phone, which stars Ethan Hawke and was directed by Scott Derrickson. Let's Get Ready Network is the place for coverage of all the things you love. Movies, TV, video games, pop culture, professional wrestling, sports, and more - we discuss, review, and react to it all. SUPPORT THE SHOW Patreon http://www.patreon.com/lgrnetwork Merch http://store.letsgetreadynetwork.com FOLLOW US Website http://www.letsgetreadynetwork.com Twitter http://www.twitter.com/letsgetreadynet Instagram http://www.twitter.com/letsgetreadynet YouTube http://www.youtube.com/LetsGetReadyNetwork Twitch http://www.twitch.tv/lgrnetwork
We're joined once again this week by guest host, Lauren, to help us talking about Blumhouse's latest horror flick, THE BLACK PHONE. We discuss Scott Derrickson's obvious love of grainy film footage and dead kids, why were the children in this movie raging maniacs, and the absurdity of stopping to help a strange man with white face paint and Dahmer glasses while a kidnapper is on the loose in the town. Find us on Instagram @ToAvoidFaintingPodcast Twitter @toavoidfainting
We interrupt our regularly scheduled Summerween programming to bring you a chilling discussion of Scott Derrickson's latest release, The Black Phone. Our boy has done it again with one of the most unsettling, emotionally gripping, and terrifyingly realistic horror movies we've ever seen. Truly astounding performances from Mason Thames, Madeleine McGraw, and Ethan Hawke, combined with a remarkable restraint that is rarely seen in contemporary horror, made this a cinematic experience that's hard to shake. This movie feels like Saw and Stranger Things had a weird true crime baby. Go see it immediately. It's in theaters right now and available to rent digitally this Friday! Feedback & Theories: email@example.com Instagram & TikTok: @secondbreakfastpod
It's hard to believe that the now classic horror flick SINISTER (2012) is over a decade old. The film put together director and co-screenwriter Scott Derrickson, co-screenwriter C. Robert Cargill, and actors Ethan Hawke and James Ransone together for what would not be the only time. Now in 2022, their new film has come out and has received good reviews. The movie, THE BLACK PHONE (2022), based off a short story by Joe Hill, was released to theaters in late June, 2022. Finn and his younger sister Gwen live with their widower father. For a year, their home town outside Denver, Colorado has been plagued by a child abductor given the name “The Grabber” by the press. When Finn's friend disappears, people fear the worse. Soon, the town is in panic as children keep disappearing to never return. The movie has received fine reviews, including a four out of four star from the Roger Ebert website. Scott Derrickson left doing the latest Dr. Strange film to pull this remarkably solid horror film together. Dark Discussions takes a look at this period piece (that takes place in 1978) and gives their thoughts.
So it's a confirmed fact that The Black Phone (2022) is *not* scarier than Top Gun: Maverick, but it might be a contender for most depressing movie of the year. On this week's Spooky Tuesday, we're venturing back out to the theater for a film that features Ethan Hawke as a makeup-loving magician, child stars saying copious curse words, and a group of youths chanting “Bruce! Bruce! Bruce!” à la Matilda. A new release that throws it back to the ‘70s, this Joe Hill adaptation is helping us push our Ghost Whisperer/Mediator series agenda.Resources:https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2022/06/the-black-phone-joe-hill https://www.creativescreenwriting.com/reacting-to-childhood-trauma-robert-cargill-on-the-black-phone/
This week! Dr. Strange & Sinister director Scott Derrickson's new movie The Black Phone has arrived! The Uncharted movie is exactly as good as you think it is, and Tim thought Supermassive Games' brand new offering, The Quarry, was too heavy on the drama! We also discuss Rogue Company, Knockout City, Demon Slayer: The Hinokami Chronicles, and more! 00:21:55 — MOVIES! The Black Phone, Uncharted 00:41:40 — VIDEO GAMES! Rogue Company, Knockout City, Demon Slayer: The Hinokami Chronicles, The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope, The Quarry Keep up with The Keep Up! Facebook.com/TheKeepUp Instagram: @thekeepuppodcast (https://www.instagram.com/thekeepuppodcast/) YouTube: The Keep Up (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLRUwERKaf97f6nfLsd3oTg)
Hey all! We're back again….yeah I can feel your excitement. The boys get into a heated debate over Scott Derrickson's new horror The Black Phone, is it a horror movie? We'll that's the debate. Then a quick overview of Sam Raimi's filmography, with the guys giving their top 5 favorite movies of his. Then ending the show with their option of Raimi's Dr.Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Chenqueih.Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram: FilmpocalypsepodFacebook: FilmpocalypseshowTwitter: Filmpocalypse1Letterboxd: Filmpocalypse
Chris and Taylor review the supernatural horror film "The Black Phone" written by Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill with direction by Derrickson. An abducted teenager uses a mysterious telephone to communicate with the former victims of his captor. The film stars Mason Thames, Madeleine McGraw, Ethan Hawke, Jeremy Davies, E. Roger Mitchell, Troy Rudeseal and James Ransone.
Psychic dreams, horrible fathers, and Ethan Hawke in the most-terrifying mask ever made -- we're recapping THE BLACK PHONE! Join us as we escape yet another basement, overcome our fears, talk to ghosts and fight mean bullies. Trigger Warning: child abuse/violence THE BLACK PHONE is in theaters now TRAILER Follow the show: @TSDWpodcast on Twitter, TikTok, and Instagram. Check out our Patreon for bonus episodes and additional content! Rate Too Scary; Didn't Watch 5 Stars on Spotify and Apple Podcasts and leave a review for Emily, Henley, and Sammy. Advertise on Too Scary; Didn't Watch via Gumball.fm Podcast artwork by @EllaTalkin See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week's Out Now with Aaron and Abe has reached another milestone! Aaron and Abe celebrate their 500th (numbered) episode by taking on a variety of fun topics. Listen in to hear our thoughts on a new horror film from director Scott Derrickson, our favorite films of the year so far, a chunk of time devoted to games, and some other entertaining bits. With so many episodes published, the guys have a good time rolling through these various segments. Tune in for a Summer Movie Gamble X catchup (4:10), a review for The Black Phone (11:55), Our picks for the best films of 2022 so far (40:37), Games with special guests Markus Robinson and David Bax (1:05:55), and a special bit of fun involving movie line readings (1:33:19), plus a blooper at the end, just like many of our classic episodes. So now, if you've got an hour or so to kill… Get yourself a free audiobook and help out the show at AudibleTrial.com/OutNowPodcast! Follow all of us on Twitter: @Outnow_Podcast, @AaronsPS4, @WalrusMoose Check out all of our sites and blogs: TheCodeIsZeek.com, Why So Blu?, We Live Entertainment Read Aaron's review for The Black Phone Aaron's Favorite Films of 2022 So Far Next Week: Thor: Love and Thunder #OutNowWithAaronAndAbe #OutNowPodcast #500thEpisode #TheBlackPhone #ScottDerrickson #EthanHawke #Horror #Games #BestOfTheYearSoFar #SummerMovies #TopGunMaverick #RRRMovie #EverythingEverywhereAllAtOnce #film #movies #entertainment #podcast
Our main feature tonight is the Scott Derrickson directed The Black Phone. Based on the Joe Hill story and starring Ethan Hawke, this one is practically made for Final Guys. But first, we're talking Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Everything Everywhere All at Once, Sinister, Salem's Lot (2004), Umbrella Academy, The Long Night, The Majorettes, Magnetic Monster, and Reanimator Incorporated #2.
This week on Extra Film, Ryan and Jay begin their James Cameron Movie Series with his classic film The Terminator and also review Scott Derrickson's latest horror film The Black Phone! - Review: The Terminator (6:31) - Review: The Black Phone (1:06:36) Thanks for listening and be sure to subscribe on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Soundcloud or TuneIn Radio! Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/insession-film-podcast/id605634337 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5LIi40D5BTFnsRMP57O5nG IHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-insession-film-podcast-30916083/ Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9pbnNlc3Npb25maWxtLmxpYnN5bi5jb20vcnNz?ep=14 Podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/insession-film-podcast-195831 Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/insession-film Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/insession-film TuneIn Radio: http://tunein.com/radio/The-InSession-Film-Podcast-p522717/ Listen Now: http://insessionfilm.com/listen-now/
Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill join forces once again for THE BLACK PHONE, based on a short story by Joe Hill. Ryan L. Terry returns.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/reelspoilers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
If you want to feel stranger danger, look no further than Scott Derrickson's new film The Black Phone in theaters now. This well constructed and acted supernatural thriller is well worth your time. Artwork by Dusting Goebel (@dgoebel00 on Instagram) Synopsis Pretty much all you need to know is in the trailer. In the late 70s in North Denver, there is a spate of missing children. Rumors abound of a predator named “the Grabber”. Finney, the protagonist, is either a popular baseball pitcher, or a shy weakling who is picked on by bullies. He is soon grabbed by the grabber, played by Ethan Hawk in a mask channeling Pennywise the clown. His sister Gwen has a touch of the shinning, and has dreams about where the Grabber takes his victims. While Finney is locked in the Grabbers basement, the disconnected BLACK PHONE in the room receives calls from the previous victims of the grabber from beyond the grave. Finney must work to free himself using the knowledge given to him from the phone and using his own wits. https://youtu.be/3eGP6im8AZA Review of The Black Phone This is a very capable film. It feels very much like a Stephen King story, which makes sense, since the original story was written by his son Joe Hill. It is directed by Scott Derrickson, who previously directed Sinister and the Exorcism of Emily Rose. This is to say that The Black Phone is in capable hands. A lot is given away in the trailer, which is unfortunate, but the film has some good twists and turns and ends up being compelling and engaging throughout. The biggest pleasant surprise is the quality of the acting from the young cast. Especially Mason Thames who plays Finney, and Madeleine McGraw who plays Gwen, and has some of the best lines in the film. The first act does a very good job of creating a compelling three dimensional character in Finney. His life isn't all roses, having to deal with an alcoholic abusive father along with school yard bullies. We are shown that Finney is empathetic, strong, and capable, but doesn't fight for himself. He seems to survive day to day depending on friendships and his relationship with his little sister. This sets up a compelling character arc that seems natural and satisfying in the end. There isn't a lot of time spent on the Grabber. He is more of a presence and more of a looming threat than an active participant for most of the film. I would have liked to see them do more with him. There was ample opportunity to go very dark, and I was a little surprised given Derricksons previous films that there wasn't more done to show what The Grabber did with his previous victims. This might have upped the stakes a little and made The Grabber a more indelible villain. Overall, it was a very enjoyable movie, and exceeded my expectations. Score 8/10 Sinister Add it to your collection or rent it now.Click here to buy Get 13% Off your order at NightChannels.com when you use code HMT at checkout. Horrorrble Videos (NSFL) https://www.reddit.com/r/CrazyFuckingVideos/comments/unki6m/camera_guy_gave_no_fucks/ https://www.reddit.com/r/CrazyFuckingVideos/comments/uik0hy/bzzzt_nsfw/ https://www.reddit.com/r/CrazyFuckingVideos/comments/vji12g/hes_lit/ https://www.reddit.com/r/CrazyFuckingVideos/comments/v178p9/human_fountain/ https://www.reddit.com/r/CrazyFuckingVideos/comments/vj6k5u/watch_your_head/ https://www.reddit.com/r/CrazyFuckingVideos/comments/und4y7/man_drops_deuce_with_a_layup/ https://www.reddit.com/r/CrazyFuckingVideos/comments/v6mvaf/the_joys_of_skateboarding/ https://www.reddit.com/r/CrazyFuckingVideos/comments/v5p28d/bazinga/ https://www.reddit.com/r/CrazyFuckingVideos/comments/vj7413/when_your_legs_dont_walk_like_they_used_to_before/ https://www.reddit.com/r/perfectlycutscreams/comments/v1nn5q/a_slick_of_sunshine_never_hurt_nobody_lets_get/ https://www.reddit.
Host Jeff Goldsmith interviews co-writer C. Robert Cargill and co-writer/director Scott Derrickson about The Black Phone. Download my podcast here Copyright © Unlikely Films, Inc. 2022. All rights reserved. For more great content check out Backstory Magazine @ www.backstory.net
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Sinister director Scott Derrickson has finally made his return to pure horror with The Black Phone, adapted from an original Joe Hill short story. Join your horror hosts Jon & Kim as they sit down to discuss this eerie tale of missing kids, helpful ghosts, and a masked madman played by Ethan Hawke.We might not have been the target audience but we still jumped out of our seats at The Black Phone‘s scariest bits! How scary is it? You'll just have to listen if you want to find out…/ / /This is a preview of our Fiend Club Exclusive review of The Black Phone (2022). To listen to the full episode, and support the show, head over to www.nofspodcast.com/fiendclub and join the Fiend Club now! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.