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The Drone (2019)

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A newlywed couple is terrorized by a consumer drone that has become sentient with the consciousness of a deranged serial killer.

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Jordan Rubin
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Alex Essoe ... Rachel Howard
John Brotherton ... Chris Howard
Anita Briem ... Corrine Coldwell
Gonzalo Menendez ... Detective Ramirez
Sam Adegoke ... Detective Allen
Neil Sandilands ... The Violator
Simon Rex ... Jeffries
Christopher Matthew Cook ... Richie
Rex Linn ... Dominic Baker
Edgar Blackmon ... Filip
Dominique Jane Dominique Jane ... Mary
Chris D'Elia ... DJ Riggs (voice)
A.J. LoCascio ... Additional Voice (voice) (as AJ Locascio)
John Mayer ... DJ Murtaugh (voice)
Cole S. McKay ... SWAT Leader (as Cole McKay)
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A newlywed couple is terrorized by a consumer drone that has become sentient with the consciousness of a deranged serial killer.

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Your Remote Has No Control


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Rated R for bloody violence, language, sexual content and brief drug use | See all certifications »
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If you stop at 1:01:22 you can see the photo the Drones sends. It looks like a mock Snapchat and has written 'courtesy flush' See more »

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Popcorn fun for a Friday night
1 September 2019 | by mungfleshSee all my reviews

It's a similar concept to that of Child's Play, except for some reason it feels completely absurd to suggest a drone could be possessed by an evil spirit and not a doll, which is arguably the wrong way round.

So, it's the old tale of bad guy gets killed and his spirit enters a drone. The drone is then found by an unsupecting couple and becomes part of their family and proceeds to mess up their lives bit by bit.

It's packed with cheesy lines and unbelievably silly moments but is in fact quite fun and also funny. It's probably more of a straight comedy than a horror or thriller so don't expect a dark movie with black humour - it's very light entertainment, with a few bloody moments but nothing too surprising.

Utterly ridiculous but at least self-aware.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 November 2019 (Vietnam) See more »

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The Drone See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$37,603
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1.78 : 1
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