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    The Bye Bye Man

    The movie tells the horrific story of a trio of Wisconsin college students as they stumble upon the horrific origins of a mysterious figure they discover is the root cause of the evil behind unspeakable acts.
    Duration: 96 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2017
    IMDb: 4.2
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  • Actors of "The Bye Bye Man"

  • Characters of "The Bye Bye Man"

    Young Phyliss Redmon. Character of The Bye Bye Man
    Played by: Faye Dunaway
    Ms. Watkins. Character of The Bye Bye Man
    Played by: Cleo King
    Alice. Character of The Bye Bye Man
    Played by: Erica Tremblay
    The Bye Bye Man. Character of The Bye Bye Man
    Played by: Doug Jones
    Sasha. Character of The Bye Bye Man
    Played by: Cressida Bonas
    John. Character of The Bye Bye Man
    Elliot. Character of The Bye Bye Man
    Played by: Douglas Smith
  • Directors of "The Bye Bye Man"

    Stacy Title. Director of The Bye Bye Man
    Stacy Title
  • Creators of "The Bye Bye Man"

    Jonathan Penner. Director of The Bye Bye Man
    Jonathan Penner
    Birthdate: 5 March 1962, New York, USA
    Robert Damon Schneck. Director of The Bye Bye Man
    Robert Damon Schneck
  • Critic Reviews of "The Bye Bye Man"

    Leah Pickett
    January 19, 2017

    The script teems with horror clichés (scribbled drawings, a creepy kid, the skeptical protagonist looking up the demon's origins on a library computer), and everything from the acting to the makeup to the special effects is atrocious.

    Clark Collis
    January 14, 2017

    Maybe all will be explained in the sequel. If so, your writer is happy to remain uneducated.

    Luke Y. Thompson
    January 13, 2017

    It may be that I'm assessing on a curve because it's January. But if you miss the slasher icons of old and have little patience for the reboot attempts they get periodically, it's nice to see at least a worthy attempt to add to that pantheon.

    Peter Sobczynski
    January 13, 2017

    To think that everyone here intended to make a movie this utterly lifeless and banal from the outset is infinitely more frightening than anything presented on screen.

    Adam Graham
    January 13, 2017

    It keeps you guessing, if only to find out, "uh, is that all there is?"

    Katie Walsh
    January 12, 2017

    Despite any titular trepidation, there is fun to be had and even some cultural relevancy if you decide to say hi to The Bye Bye Man.

    Richard James Havis
    April 04, 2017

    The Bye Bye Man doesn't offer more than a few banging doors to startle viewers, and that's hardly enough.

    Zachary Doiron
    March 11, 2017

    There are much better alternatives to The Bye Bye Man such as The Babadook, Candyman, and even I Know What You Did Last Summer. You may want to watch those instead.

    John Beifuss
    February 21, 2017

    This shocker carries -- perhaps inevitably, post-11/8/16 -- a definite political pertinency: The hoodie-cloaked title entity owes his power to the repetition of his name (i.e., publicity) and to the fear that oppresses those obsessed with him.

    Susan Granger
    February 05, 2017

    Tiresome and tepid. My advice? Don't watch it.

    Linda Cook
    January 21, 2017

    Don't think it. Don't say it. Don't see it. Bye bye, man.

    Rebecca Pahle Pajiba
    January 20, 2017

    This movie tries to gaslight you into thinking its central baddie is actually well-thought-out (and is, presumably, worthy of sequels that God willing won't happen), when really it's the most generic crap, both in terms of substance and character design.

    Blog de cine
    May 05, 2017

    A waste of time that, given its end, and taking into account its economic results, it's very likely to have a continuation. [Full review in Spanish]

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