The Empty Man

  • Release Date: October 23, 2020
  • Genre: Horror

  • Director: David Prior
  • Producer(s): Ross Richie, Stephen Christy
  • Writer(s): David Prior
  • Studio: 20th Century Studios
  • Length: 2h 17m | Classification: 13+
  • Le Score Rotten Tomatoes®
    Tomatometer 25% Audience Score 39%

Synopsis

When a teen named Mandy finds a bottle on a bridge one night, she stops her group of friends and tells them they have to try to call The Empty Man. According to urban legend, if you find a bottle on a bridge and blow into it, then think of the Empty Man, he'll be summoned. Not all of her friends want to go along with it, so she tells them more.

On the first night, you hear him. On the second night, you see him. On the third night, he finds you and will make his way into your thoughts. When the group of teens begin to mysteriously disappear, a retired cop investigates and struggles to make sense of the stories he's told by the locals about The Empty Man.

As he delves deeper into the mystery, and the horrific, mystical entity, soon his life—and the lives of those close to him—are in grave danger.

Based on the Boom! Studios graphic novel by Cullen Bunn.

Cast

James Badge Dale, Marin Ireland, Stephen Root, Ron Canada, Robert Aramayo, Joel Courtney, Sasha Frolova
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