Where to watch Talk To Me in Australia
After making its debut in Australia in July 2023, Talk To Me is still currently airing in select cinemas.
What is the plot of Talk To Me?
As per the official synopsis, the film follows a group of friends who discover how to conjure spirits using an embalmed hand and become hooked on the new thrill.
A thrilling montage then follows – which went viral on TikTok thanks to its addictive soundtrack – showing the group having a world of fun, before one of them goes too far and unleashes terrifying supernatural forces.
Tackling themes of grief, drug use and peer pressure, Talk To Me also offers a touch of Aussie humour to bring this haunting tale to life.
Who is in the cast of Talk To Me?
The directorial debut from Danny and Michael Philippou stars Sophie Wilde (You Don't Know Me) as Mia, Alexandra Jensen (Joe vs. Carole) as Jade, and Joe Bird (First Day) as Riley.
Is Talk To Me worth the watch?
With a 95 per cent rating on Rotten Tomatoes and rave reviews by fans, it’s safe to say Talk To Me is worth the watch, especially if you’re a fan of the horror genre.
“Can not remember the last time I have seen a horror movie this good. They absolutely blew this one up!!! Brilliant storytelling that kept me on the edge of my seat the entire time and not just loud jump scares that hurt your ears. 10/10,” said a reviewer.
“It really is a great time for the horror genre. It’s nice to see smart drama/horror films getting the respect and interest they deserve,” added another.
A third said: “Came back here to say that this movie is worth watching. We watched this in the cinema. It made me gasp so many times. It doesn't just rely on the jumpscares. The whole movie gave a foreboding atmosphere that made you scared and tense the whole time.”
Where was Talk To Me filmed?
Considering it is an Aussie film, it will come as no surprise to learn that Talk To Me was extensively shot at various locations in Australia.
While it was shot mostly indoors for the séance sequences, outdoor shots were done through Adelaide, Mawson Lakes, Glenside, and Pooraka.
In an interview with The Guardian, Danny Philippou said: “We went back and shot Talk To Me at my old high school. I was hanging out at that bus station of the bus I used to always catch.”
“The surroundings really inspired it. There was no way that we weren’t going to shoot it in Australia,” he added.