Zoe Terakes is in A24’s new Aussie horror film ‘Talk to Me’


A24 Australian horror movie Talk to Me
Image: A24

A24 has picked up the new Australian horror flick Talk to Me, co-starring queer star Zoe Terakes, and the creepy first trailer is here.

The creepy flick sees a group of friends at a party conjure spirits using an embalmed hand, getting addicted to the very real supernatural thrill.

Mia (played by Sophie Wilde) wants in on the action because she’s grieving for her mother. But they’re all unprepared for the consequences of spending too long holding the haunted hand.

The boundary between worlds collapses and Mia experiences disturbing supernatural visions that she has to stop before it’s too late.

The premise may seem familiar, but critics who’ve already seen Talk to Me at the Sundance Film Festival and SXSW say it’s pretty terrifying. Trust the process.

The film is directed by Aussie brothers Danny and Michael Philippou, known from YouTube channel RackaRacka. It’s from Causeway Films, the Aussie producers of The Babadook and the queer flick Of An Age.

In Australia, Talk to Me is out in cinemas on July 27.

Watch the trailer below:

Zoe Terakes, who’s trans and non-binary, is also in the cast of Marvel Studios’ upcoming Disney+ superhero series, Lionheart, alongside RuPaul’s Drag Race star Shea Couleé (!).

Lionheart will arrive on the streaming service later this year.

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Jordan Hirst
Jordan Hirst

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