The producer of Netflix's critically acclaimed thriller, 'Cam,' said he'd love to make a sequel
- Jason Blum, the producer behind Netflix's new thriller, "Cam," wants to make a sequel.
- Stephen King gave his stamp of approval to the movie when it debuted earlier this month.
- Critics also love the movie, which has a 93% Rotten Tomatoes critic score.
"Cam," a new psychological thriller from Blumhouse - the production company behind the latest "Halloween" and "Get Out" - dropped on Netflix earlier this month to glowing reviews and praise from horror master Stephen King.Advertisement
And there might be more on the way for fans like King. The movie's producer, Jason Blum, tweeted on Thursday that he'd "love to make" a sequel to the movie.Here's Netflix's description for the film: "When an impersonator takes over her profile, cam girl Alice sets out to solve her own identity theft and regain control of her online persona."
"Cam," directed by Daniel Goldhaber, has a 93% Rotten Tomatoes critic score, and reviews have also praised Brewer's performance. Brian Tallerico wrote for RogerEbert.com that the film "has two things going for it that instantly elevate it above a lot of genre product: a great concept and an even better performance."
The movie follows another recent horror hit from Netflix, TV series "The Haunting of Hill House," which King also loved. "Hill House" has generated praise from horror fans and critics alike, and currently has a 90% critic score on Rotten Tomatoes. Between that, "Cam," "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina," and more, Netflix has delivered quality content for horror fans this season.
"Cam" is now streaming on Netflix.
Loved CAM, on Netflix. Great lead performance by Madeline Brewer.- Stephen King (@StephenKing) November 20, 2018
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