Talk To Me

  • Sophie Wilde, Miranda Otto, Joe Bird
  • Danny Philippou, Michael Philippou
  • July 28th 2023
When a group of friends discover how to conjure spirits using an embalmed hand, they become hooked on the new thrill, until one of them goes too far and unleashes terrifying supernatural forces.

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Talk to Me

Verdict: Talk to Me is a solid debut with a bunch of horrifying moments but the second half fails to match up to the first.

  • Sophie Wilde, Miranda Otto, Joe Bird
  • July 28th 2023
  • Danny Philippou, Michael Philippou

Mia and her friends get more than they bargained for when they attend a seance using an embalmed hand to commune with the dead.

If you’re looking for something a little different during the Barbenheimer phenomenon then look no further than Australian horror Talk to Me.

The movie, directed by Danny and Michael Philippou, tells the story of Mia (Sophie Wilde), her best friend Jade (Alexandra Jensen), Jade’s brother Riley (Joe Bird) and her boyfriend Daniel (Otis Dhanji).

Throwing all logic and rational thinking out of the window, the foursome attends a seance in which they use an embalmed hand to communicate with the dead.

If a person says, “Talk to me” while holding the hand, they meet a spirit, and if they add, “I let you in,” they will be possessed by them for a brief amount of time.

Naturally, one of these rituals goes horribly wrong and one of them is possessed by a ghost for a bit too long, with grave consequences.

Horror is subjective and some people have found this movie absolutely terrifying while others have found it lacking. However,...

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