On-Air Film Review: Blumhouse Films ‘Night Swim’ is on Life Guard

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CHICAGO – Patrick McDonald of HollywoodChicago.com appears on The Eddie Volkman Show with Hannah B on a 3-Station Broadcast … Star 96.7 Joliet (IL), Star 102.3 Waukegan and Star 105.5 McHenry on January 5th, reviewing the new film from horror masters Blumhouse Films, “Night Swim,” in theaters beginning January 5th, 2024. Happy New Year!

HollywoodChicago.com Oscarman rating: 3.5/5.0
Rating: 3.5/5.0

“Night Swim” involves a family, including two kids (Amelie Hoeferie and Elliott Walker), the Mom (Kerry Condon) and the ex-baseball player Dad (Wyatt Russell), moving into a suburban home with a swimming pool attached. When they start using it, odd things and visions begin to happen, but at the same time Dad is getting a rejuvenation from a career ending muscle disease. This pool has healing powers! But what are the consequences?

“Night Swim” is in theaters on January 5th. Featuring Wyatt Russell, Kerry Condon, Amelie Hoeferie, Elliott Walker and Eddie Martinez. Screenplay and directed by Bryce McGuire. Rated “PG-13”

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Photo credit: Universal Pictures/Blumhouse

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