The Boys star’s new horror movie Smile gets great first reactions

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Boys Favorite Jessie T Usher will be delighted with the first reactions to her latest film. Smile.

Written and directed by newcomer Parker Finn, this supernatural horror film centers on Dr. Rose Cotter (13 reasons why‘s Sosie Bacon), who, after being a naked witness to a traumatic incident, begins to experience unexplained and nightmarish events.

As this overwhelming mystery takes over her life, Rose is forced to confront a troubled past in order to escape her new reality.

Usher also plays Trevor in the film, with a cast that includes veronica marsKyle Gallner, neighbours Y Reign‘s caitlin Stasey, Strange thingsRobert Morgan, Y scrubs‘Judy Reyes.

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After Smile‘s at Fantastic Fest this week, social media was abuzz with stunned reactions.

“#SmileMovie builds up the tension then hits with lots of great scares. Awesome to see @ParkerJFinn so good in his first feature film. And Sosie Bacon’s career is only going up. @fantasticfest,” read one. cheep.

Polygon film editor Tasha Robinson He then added, “Well, I apologize to the guy sitting next to me at SMILE for the *multiple* times I screamed and jumped during the movie.

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“That’s an efficient, hard-hitting horror movie! But it has a very thoughtful core to it which I really appreciated. #FantasticFest2022.”

“SMILE is going to fuck people up. Truly. Deeply. Fuck ’em. Up. So many terrifying and disturbing images – extreme horror that doesn’t stop or flinch.” wrote the black phone‘s C Robert Cargill.

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The accolades kept coming too, with comicby Chris Killian even describing the film as a “spiritual successor to Follow“.

“#SmileMovie is delightfully creepy and features some very clever jump scares. Sosie Bacon gives a powerful performance and you’d never guess this is @ParkerJFinn’s debut movie. Loved it,” Chris shared.

“Parker Finn makes his feature directorial debut with #Smile, but you wouldn’t know it from the masterful way he crafted this movie. From sound design to cinematography, he pulled it off in moments,” Y “I’ve seen #SmileMovie. Sosie Bacon needs serious consideration for an award. The movie is terrifying too. In terms of scares, it’s the horror of getting through this creepy season,” another pair read. reviews.

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Smile opens in UK cinemas on September 28 and two days later in the US.

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