The Black Phone, which arrives in theaters on June 24, heralds director Scott Derrickson's return to his horror roots and is being considered by some his best film yet.
After departing from Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, he partnering with Blumhouse Productions — known for creative and high-concept thrillers such as Get Out and Happy Death Day - and reunited with his Sinister writing partner C.
Robert Cargill. Together, they crafted a chilling adaptation of the 2004 short story by Joe Hill. A terrifying serial killer known as The Grabber, played by Ethan Hawke in a rare and recent villainous turn, is at the center of this dark tale.
He habitually preys on children, but his latest abduction victim Finney Shaw (Mason Thames) has been receiving phone calls from previous victims while trapped in The Grabber's basement.Read more on screenrant.com