Peacock’s upcoming slasher They/Them releases this Friday, bringing Kevin Bacon back to horror. The Following and Friday the 13th have made him a star in his career, but he has also played in this world occasionally.
As a result of his career being so expansive, the Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon game was created, which made us think, what film has Kevin been most proud of that has remained under the radar all these years? The choice is difficult because I have so many underrated films,” Bacon told ComicBook.com. “Because we’re talking about horror, I think Stir of Echoes is well underrated.
Having a kid in it who is thinking, it got pushed aside because it reminded people of The Sixth Sense, and The Sixth Sense was great. However, I would pick Stir of Echoes.”There are currently several streaming services offering Stir of Echoes, including Peacock, Hoopla, Vudu, and The Roku Channel.
The Following’s Carrie Preston, who’s worked on shows including True Blood and The Following, had her response, saying: “I just finished this show called Claws and I feel like it made an impact, but I would have liked it to make a much more significant impact. So if people haven’t watched Claws, you can get it on Hulu, it’s four seasons. It’s excellent. It’s fun. It’s like exactly what you want.
You know, it’s a fun diversion. It’s hilarious, it’s dark, it’s sexy. It’s like a little Florida noir. So check it out. In this slasher horror film, Kevin Bacon plays Owen Whistler at a conversion camp for LGBTQIA+ youth. To “help them find a new sense of freedom,” Whistler offers a weeklong program intended to “help them find a new sense of freedom.”
As the camp’s methods become increasingly psychologically unsettling, the campers must work together to protect themselves. As a mysterious killer starts claiming victims, things become even more dangerous.
Among the film’s other stars are Anna Chlumsky, Theo Germaine, and Carrie Preston. There are four people in Darwin del Fabro’s gang: Quei Tann Austin Crute, Monique Kim, Anna Lore, and Cooper Koch.
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