Mr. Harrigan’s Phone (2022) Movie Review

Mr. Harrigan’s Phone (2022) will make any bookworm smile, as many classic novels are referenced throughout the film. This movie is not necessarily a paranormal film, but rather a commentary on grief and the ways it brings our deepest revengeful pain to the surface. Also, an interesting perspective on technology’s impact in the late 2000’s. Jaeden Martell is great and displayed the complex nature of trauma in an interesting way. Overall, this film is worth a watch and is 7.5 out of 10.

9 responses to “Mr. Harrigan’s Phone (2022) Movie Review”

  1. This is a film I don’t know, so I especially appreciate the review. I can more happily look out for it for when it comes my way. Thanks!

    1. It’s on Netflix, in case you would like to watch it now😊

  2. Interesting! I don’t know that I’d have wanted to watch this until I read your review–but when you mentioned the trauma connection, it definitely made me want to check it out!

    1. Glad to hear my review is good enough to give this movie a chance🤗 I hope you enjoy it!!!

      1. Really the poster scared me a bit. 😉 But I totally warmed up to it with your review!

      2. That poster does look scary, as if something is popping out to grab him, but this one is more of a commentary than a scary movie.

      3. So neat. I’m going to have to wait til we subscribe to NF again to see it. We dropped that awhile ago to do the Disney+/Hulu service. But some day!

  3. I enjoyed the film, but the look was much better. It was a short story from Stephen King’s “Let it Bleed.” Big Stephen King fan. Well written review.

    1. Thank you Sandra🙏😊

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