Horror movies continue to reap success at the box office. Australian production Talk to Me of the study A24 opened in theaters across the United States this past weekend, playing in a total of 2,340 theaters.
Las Final figures exceeded expectations and box office analysts, having a cumulative of $10 million dollars in its box office premiere in the domestic market.even with the fact that the Barbenheimer (Barbie y Oppenheimer) is taking over the summer cinema, proving once again that the horror genre is profitable.
- In Mexico it will be released in theaters on August 10 via Diamond Films under the title tell me.
A24 acquired the distribution rights to Talk to Meafter its premiere at Sundance 2023, where it received extremely positive reviews from the audience present.
The feature film had a budget of just $4.5 million, with no marketing costs to be borne by A24.
The horror project originally from Australia, is written and directed by the twin brothers Danny and Michael Philippoubest known among horror-loving moviegoers for their YouTube channel where they go by the nickname Rack Rack.
The plot presents a sinister new game that takes place at a party for a group of teenagers, who, in order to connect with the afterlife, instead of a ouija board they use a hand that they must hold to experience chilling emotions.
The plot follows a group of teenage friends who take communion with the spirits as a party activity. Mia (Wilde) seeks to connect with the supernatural after the death of her mother, but a séance gone wrong has terrifying consequences for the group.
The cast head it Sophie Wilde, Miranda Otto (Annabelle: Creation), Alexandra Jensen (Beat), Joe Bird (Rabbit), Zoe Terakes (Wentworth), Otis Dhanji.
Samantha Jennings and Kristina Ceyton produce the feature, with Christopher Seeto co-producing.
The critic who attended the international premiere of Talk to Me at Sundance he rated her positively based on her performances and gore.