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The Wretched, the horror movie that terrorizes in the Drive-In american

The figure makes cold in the back. On the 5.400 cinemas of the country, 348 only were open in the United States this weekend, according to the indicator Comscore. While the pandemic coronavirus requires the rooms to close their doors, movie lovers are turning to the drive-in, a concept that is experiencing a new youth in the united states.

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The Wretched, movie the low-budget horror seems to attract the favours of the public in these drive-ins, often associated with the dredge, a teenager, and where we can watch an outdoor movie from their car. Since its informal before-first at the beginning of the month of may, this independent production, written and directed by brothers Brett Pierce and Drew T. Pierce was harvested 548.609 of dollars, reports Variety . A reasonable sum at the time of the Covid-19.

The feature-length film, screened at the Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal last July, tells the story of a young man who suspects his neighbor of being a witch of the demon.

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