Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Supernatural Thriller Wounds to Debut on Hulu this October 18th

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Wounds is a horror thriller from director Babak Anvari (Under the Shadow). Based on Nathan Balligrud's novel The Visible Filth, Wounds involves a bartender and his strange discovery, after a barroom brawl. On a cell phone, somethings can not be unseen. Starring Armie Hammer (The Lone Ranger) as Will, this film also stars: Zazie Beetz and Dakota Johnson. Now, a trailer is available for this compelling thriller.

Wounds was released in Sundance, earlier this year. At the film festival, the director talked about the film to a number of outlets. At the Daily Dead, Anvari mentioned the flawed characters in the film: "Wounds is about this man who has a very shallow existence, and then this supernatural thing suddenly enters his life that's beyond his understanding and forces him to expose himself to who he truly is." Troubling times force Will to confront parts of himself. Anvari also discussed how an ordinary life can be completely changed, with a few challenging events: "it's just that idea of such a normal human being, an ordinary person that you might see in everyday life, and then jumping into this crazy world." Challenging encounters and situations is what defines character, inside and outside of film. And, Wounds sounds very much like a character driven horror film.

Wounds will debut exclusively on Hulu, this October. On October 18th, the film will show on this streaming service. Fans of horror can pick up a membership, at Hulu, for just a few dollars as subscription services continue to diversify online. All of the latest film details, on Wounds, are below.

















Release Date: October 18th, 2019 (Hulu).

Director/writer: Babak Anvari.

Stars: Zazie Beetz, Dakota Johnson and Armie Hammer.

The official trailer for Wounds (courtesy of Movie Trailer):




*rated R for disturbing violent content, language throughout, drug/alcohol use, and brief nudity

Sources: Wounds at the UHM

Wounds at the Daily Dead

The novel (really a novella) on which the film is based:




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