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What is new film Mr. Harrigan’s Phone on Netflix about?

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Netflix is bringing us new shows to celebrate the spooky season. One new addition is Mr. Harrigans Phone, a movie on Netflix.

The movie premiered in cinemas on September 28, with a streaming release on October 5. It is based on King’s short story directed by John Lee Hancock. Stars Ryan Murphy, Jason Blum, and Carla Hacken are producers for the project.

The horror film stars Jaeden Martell as Craig, Donald Sutherland playing Mr. Harrigan, Joe Tippett as Craig’s father, Kirby Howell-Baptiste as Ms. Hart, Cyrus Arnold as Kenny Yankovich, Colin O’Brien as Young Craig, and Peggy J. Scott playing Edna Grogan.

So what can you expect to see in the new film? We’ve got the answer for you below!

What is Mr. Harrigan’s Phone on Netflix about?

Craig (Martell) becomes friends with an old, reclusive billionaire. Mr. Harrigan’s (Sutherland) love of books and reading brings the two together. At the end of his life, Craig discovers that having books around can help keep someone alive even after they’re gone.

This story follows a ghost that was able to keep in contact with his friend. The ghost was able to talk to his now-deceased friend through the phone he buried him with.

This trailer shows the unlikely friendship between the two, Craig’s bullying, and messages from beyond the grave.

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