Le premier trailer de Talk to Me est un défi démoniaque.

# Sundance’s Most Shocking Movie: Talk to Me

Have you ever wondered what would happen if a viral video became a gateway for spirits to inhabit people’s bodies? Well, wonder no more because the horror movie “Talk to Me” will show you the gruesome consequences of such an occurrence. This film, produced by YouTubers Danny and Michael Philippou, made its debut at this year’s Sundance Festival and left audiences both shocked and intrigued.

# A Shockingly Competent Debut

Despite its unconventional directors, “Talk to Me” is not just an extended YouTube skit. As described in a review by a Sundance attendee, “Talk to Me” offers much more than its premise suggests. It is a shockingly competent debut that defies the expectations of a horror movie.

# The Plot

The story of “Talk to Me” is simple yet terrifying. It starts with an embalmed hand that can possess people’s bodies after they perform a specific ritual. Naturally, this process becomes a viral phenomenon, and things spiral out of control. The film’s trailer offers a brief taste of the terror awaiting viewers.

# The Cast

The film features a talented cast, including Sophie Wilde, Miranda Otto, Alexandra Jensen, Joe Bird, Otis Dhanji, Zoe Terakes, and Chris Alosi. Their performances contribute to the overall effect of the film and make it a must-see for anyone who enjoys horror movies.

# The Premiere

“Talk to Me” was acquired by A24 and is scheduled to hit theaters on July 28th. You don’t want to miss the opportunity to see this horror flick that defies expectations and offers a unique premise. Join us as we embark on a journey into the unknown and witness the terrors of viral videos.

– [The Verge, Sundance Film Festival 2023 news, trailers, and reviews](
– [The Verge, Talk to Me review from Sundance 2023](

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