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The Empty Man

also known as “O Mensageiro do Último Dia,” “Tusciaviduris zmogus,” “Кухия човек,” “Порожній Людина,” “Пустой Человек”
MPA Rating: R-Rating (MPA) for violence, disturbing images, language, some sexuality and nudity.

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Not Recommended
Moviemaking Quality:

Primary Audience:
Adults
Genre:
Crime Mystery Supernatural-Horror Suspense-Thriller Adaptation
Length:
2 hr. 17 min.
Year of Release:
2020
USA Release:
October 23, 2020 (wide release)
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Featuring: James Badge DaleJames Lasombra
Stephen RootArthur Parsons
Joel CourtneyBrandon Maibaum
Marin IrelandNora Quail
Robert Coutts … The Empty Man
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Director: David Prior
Producer: Boom! Studios
Out of Africa Entertainment [South Africa]
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Distributor: Distributor: Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. Trademark logo.
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“The first night you hear him. The second night you see him. The third night he finds you.”

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Here’s what the distributor says about their film: “On the trail of a missing girl, an ex-cop comes across a secretive group attempting to summon a terrifying supernatural entity that may be responsible for a string of mysterious disappearances in a small Midwestern town.

It’s been one year since the first reported case of the Empty Man disease, and no drug has been able to slow its progress. The cause is unknown, and the symptoms include fits of rage, hideous hallucinations, suicidal dementia, followed by death, or a near lifeless, ‘empty’ state of catatonia. As murder cults rise nationwide, the FBI and CDC enter a joint investigation of the Empty Man, hoping to piece together clues to stop the cult and uncover a cure.”

Based on the Boom! graphic novel written by Eisner Award-winner Cullen Bunn and illustrated by Vanesa R. Del Rey


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Secular Movie Critics
…Barely promoted horror “The Empty Man” cements the fact that it’s dark days indeed for moviegoers…
Barry Hertz, The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
…Carefully-crafted horror that runs off the rails… a B-movie… the last third is so silly that I’m not even sure a genius filmmaker who frequently pushes the boundaries of camp and obscure dramatic ideas like Atom Egoyan or Bong Joon-ho would have the tools to pull it off. [C+]
John Fink, The Film Stage