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United States, United Kingdom · 2019
Rated R · 1h 34m
Director Babak Anvari
Starring Armie Hammer, Dakota Johnson, Zazie Beetz, Brad William Henke
Genre Horror, Mystery, Thriller

After a violent brawl between two customers at his New Orleans bar, bartender Will discovers a cell phone left behind by college students. Upon further investigation into the phone, he begins to receive ominous messages and experience disturbing hallucinations. Soon, his life turns into a waking nightmare.

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The Guardian by Benjamin Lee

The performers are left with very little to work with and while Hammer does find away of making the most of his haunted alcoholic, Johnson and Zazie Beetz, two wonderful actors, are stranded with hopelessly one-dimensional roles.


IndieWire by David Ehrlich

The film’s threadbare story runs parallel to some compelling ideas about masculine insecurity, internalized pain, and the price of genetic privilege, but Anvari’s well-calibrated jump-scare machine is too preoccupied with gross effects, unmotivated jolts, and that strange rash that’s growing in Hammer’s left armpit to engage with any of them.


The A.V. Club by Joshua Alston

Hammer’s character, Will, is an empty vessel, no more than an updated model of the jerkwad boyfriend in every ’80s slasher.


Film Threat by Norman Gidney

Wounds is a visceral, disturbing descent into the destruction of a man that hits all of the conventional horror notes with sadistic joy taking viewers on a ride straight to hell.


Screen Daily by Tim Grierson

There’s nothing more terrifying in this film than the creative talent wasted on such shockingly mediocre material.


The Telegraph by Tim Robey

It's decent but not deep fare, connecting most with the theme of alcoholism as a different kind of tempting but terrible abyss.

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