14 June 2024
Angela Bettis is MAY limited edition Blu-ray from Second Sight Films coming 24th July

Listen To The Chronicle Episode 12 – Talk To Me, Frontier(s), May

Talk To Me will be in UK Cinemas 28th July from Altitude Films

No delays this week to The Chronicle, This week it’s episode 12 for the Podcast for The Peoples Movies. After a week of Barbieheimer we go ‘horror’ with Talk To Me, Frontier(s) and May.

Aussie horror from Danny and Michael Phillipou’s Talk To Me is the first review. The film stars Sophie Wilde and follows a group of teen mess around with an embalmed hand that is like a door to the spiritual world. When the new craze gets out of control things start to unravel for one of the group especially and that door into the spirit door may still be opened.

First of 2 Second Sight Films is French extreme Horror, Frontier(s). The 2007 directorial feature debut for Xavier Gens (Gangs Of London, The Divide), follows a group of thieves attempt to escape rioting Paris. They head into the countryside and lie low at a hotel, which just happens to be ran by Nazi cannibals who have their ‘own’ agenda.

Related Post: Listen to The Chronicle Episode 11 – Oppenheimer and Barbie

Finally Lucky McKee‘s cult indie comedy horror May (2002) gets the Second Sight Films treatment. This was McKee’s debut feature which starred Angela Bettis as May Dove Candy, who is a socially awkward vet assistant. Struggled to connect with people, bullied young because she had a lazy eye, now looking for perfection and a boyfriend. Could that be Adam (Jeremy Sisto) the mechanic who works next door, with the perfect hands?

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