NEW horror movie The Empty Man has left fans “mind f***ed” with harrowing cult scenes as they attempt to summon a terrifying demon.
The supernatural film details the events in the graphic novel of the same name, where an ex-policeman investigates the mysterious disappearance of a young girl.
In the film, which stars James Badge Dale, Martin Ireland and Stephen Root, the copper discovers a secret cult called the Pontifex Institute as he looks for the youngster.
The terrifying group get together to summon the Empty Man, by blowing into bottles and “thinking about him”, before doing his bidding.
Finding himself entrapped within the grasp of the strange demonic presence, grief-stricken widower James himself becomes tangled in the strange happenings.
Originally released in October 2020, the 20th Century Studios film developed a huge following despite mixed reviews from critics.
Now finding its way onto Amazon Prime, terrified horror fans have been streaming the movie and sharing their thoughts on Twitter.
“I watched this amazing movie last night called The Empty Man, all I can say is what a mind f***,” one man wrote. “I loved it.”
Another agreed: “Rewatched The Empty Man last night. Can’t get the ideas and themes out of my head. A true nightmare of a film. Masterpiece.”
“Just saw The Empty Man, wow,” a third said. “That was a total mind f***. Awesome flick. Will be watching again.”
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Others described the horror film as “weird, scary and confusing” but “totally brilliant”, as one fan summed up: “F***ing awesome ideas and feverish mash-up of cult horror, sci-fi and cosmic dread.”
“The Empty Man is proper scary, watch if you dare,” a viewer concluded. “If you value your sleep, maybe best to avoid.”
Despite mixed reviews before it’s release, it seems this film has gone on to win over audiences with its “terrifying” plot.
The Empty Man is available to stream on Amazon Prime.