Advert

Latest

an hour ago
Advert
2 hours ago
Advert

Most Popular

2 days ago
Advert

New Netflix Thriller 'Wounds' Starring Armie Hammer And Dakota Johnson Is Here To Haunt Your Dreams

New Netflix Thriller 'Wounds' Starring Armie Hammer And Dakota Johnson Is Here To Haunt Your Dreams

If you love a good horror film and are on the hunt for your next scare, then Netflix's Wounds is right up your street.

The official trailer for the spine-tingling thriller has just been released and sees Armie Hammer's character being pushed to the limits of his sanity.

The first look begins as New Orleans bartender Will (Armie) tries his best to quell a violent fight in his bar, which sees someone seemingly stabbed with a broken bottle.

Advert

In the frenzied aftermath, a university student leaves their phone in his bar and after it begins to ping with activity, Will innocently answers a few messages - only to discover some truly shocking images on it.

"We shouldn't have messed with those books! I'm scared," an ominous text from someone named Garrett warn as Will continues to scroll through the phone's photos and videos

Credit: Netflix/Hulu
Credit: Netflix/Hulu

As the terror mounts, the terrifying images Will looked at on the phone begin to take root inside him while an ominous soundtrack plays on loop.

Advert

More Like ThisMore Like This

1 of 6

And as the plot unfolds, a disturbed Will is confronted by his other half Carrie (Dakota Johnson) about his behaviour, while images of a cockroach infested bath and seemingly possessed people appear on screen in flashes.

Yup, we're most definitely terrified.

Credit: Netflix/Hulu
Credit: Netflix/Hulu

Directed by Babak Anvari, Wounds is based on the novella The Visible Filth by Nathan Ballingrud. Aside from Armie and Dakota, the film stars Zazie Beetz and Neon Demon's Karl Glusman.

Advert

The terror-stricken flick is set to be released by Hulu in America on Friday, 18th October, while Netflix will release the movie to an international audience on the same day.

But if you can't wait until then, Wounds is playing during the BFI London Film Festival from Friday, 4th October.

Credit: Netflix/Hulu
Credit: Netflix/Hulu

Wounds will land on Netflix from Friday, 18th October.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix/Hulu

Topics: TV News, TV Entertainment, Netflix

Lisa McLoughlin

Lisa is a freelance journalist working for Tyla and the team's token Dubliner. After graduating with a MA in PR and Digital Marketing from D.I.T., she worked for MailOnline, Sun Online, Irish Independent and broadcaster RTÉ. Got a story of interest or want advice on how to pour the perfect pint of Guinness? Then email her at [email protected]