|Release Date||:||10/18/2019 (US)|
|Genre||:||Horror, Drama, Mystery, Thriller|
|Time||:||01 Hours 34 Minutes|
Disturbing and mysterious things begin to happen to a bartender in New Orleans after he picks up a phone left behind at his bar.
written by Sheldon Nylander on Nylander on 21 October 2019
This is what happens when filmmakers are more fascinated by imagery and concept but don't know how to couch them in a story. Armie Hammer is Will, a bartender in a New Orleans bar who witnesses a fight break out one night while some college kids are in the bar (seemingly unrelated). The kids leave behind one of their phones, which contains disturbing images. All the while, his girlfriend Carrie, played by Dakota Johnson, seems to be studying occult Gnosticism, which seems to be related to what the college kids are involved in. If you're looking for any kind of payoff in this film, you're... read the rest.
written by Gimly on 28 December 2019
Millenial Armie Hammer, calls a group of Gen Z-ers, 'Fucking Millenials'. I was really disappointed with Wounds. Not about the above, just like... In general. Final rating:★½: - Boring/disappointing. Avoid where possible.
written by The Movie Diorama on 17 January 2020
Wounds adds salt to the horrific lacerations by simply doing nothing with its premise. Metaphysical tears in a relationship, ‘The Visible Filth', can deteriorate the mind and the soul of both individuals. The streams of sorrow and regret, taking control of thoughts and actions. An unfortunate circumstance that is experienced by the most enraptured of couples. So I'm somewhat confused. No wait, I'm terribly befuddled. Anvari previously directed an apparent debut horror masterpiece with ‘Under the Shadow' (I've yet to see it...), and decided to venture into the Hollywood mainstream with this psyc... read the rest.
written by tmdb15214618 on 9 June 2020
This is trash horror done really well. If you're looking for something meaningful, you're looking in the wrong place, but it's got some laudable artistry behind it.