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Mr. Harrington’s Telephone Sends Texts From Hell

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The primary trailer Mr. Harrigan’s Telephone begins off with a jaunty White Stripes tune, We’re Going to Be Mates, instantly lulling you right into a false sense of safety. That is going to be a candy coming of age story, you suppose. The weedy trying boy is getting bullied. He appears light and type. He asks his mentor/grandpa stand-in, “Has anybody tried to reap the benefits of you? How’d you take care of that?” and Mr. Harrington (performed by Donald Sutherland) replies “Harshly.”

Mr. Harrigan’s Telephone | Official Trailer | Netflix

Speak about a gap trailer! The depth! The drama! The supply! Netflix is producing this movie, which is not a feel-good Tuesdays with Morrie sort of vibe, however could be very a lot a supernatural horror/thriller. Based mostly on a brief story by Stephen King and produced by Blumhouse, I’m completely certain that nothing can go unsuitable in any respect on this situation the place a younger man begins to obtain cellphone calls and textual content messages from a lifeless man.

Mr. Harrigan’s Telephone is directed and written by John Lee Hancock. Different actors embrace Joe Tippett and Kirby Howell-Baptiste, who most likely received’t be taking part in Demise this time.

Mr. Harrigan’s Telephone can be obtainable to stream on Netflix October fifth, 202

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