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- They/Them’ premieres on 5 August exclusively on the streaming service Peacock.
- The horror film sees a mysterious killer terrorize a group of LGBTQ teenagers at a gay conversion camp.
- Ad-supported Peacock Premium costs $5/month, and ad-free Peacock Premium Plus costs $10/month.
Blumhouse’s latest horror film, They/Them, opens on August 5. The slasher film will be available to stream exclusively on Peacock.
“They/Them,” pronounced “de-slash-them,” follows a group of LGBTQ+ teenagers who are stalked by a mysterious killer at a conversion camp. Kevin Bacon stars as Owen Whistler, the camp’s lead counselor. While the counselors initially seem like they’re trying to be friendly, they eventually show their true colors as chaos ensues.
Check out the trailer for “They/Them”
Blumhouse’s “They/Them” is the directorial debut of “Skyfall” and “Gladiator” screenwriter John Logan. Despite being praised for its queer empowerment, early reviews for “They/Them” have been mixed. The film has a “50%” score on Rotten Tomatoes as of August 4.
How to watch “They/Them”
You can watch “They/Them” on Peacock from August 5. The movie is a Peacock original, so you won’t find it on any other subscription service.
Peacock’s basic plan is free to view with ads. This option has a limited selection of movies and series. To unlock everything the service has to offer, you’ll need Peacock Premium for $5 a month. You can also upgrade to ad-free streaming with a Peacock Premium Plus plan for $10 a month.
Peacock is compatible with most smart TVs, Apple and Android mobile devices, video game consoles, Mac and PC browsers, Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast and Roku models. Check out the list of supported devices on Peacock’s website.
Can I watch “They/Them” for free?
While most new Peacock movies are usually exclusive to the service’s paid tiers, “They/Them” is expected to be available through Peacock’s free ad-supported plan.
What other movies has Blumhouse released?
“They/Them” is the latest film from Blumhouse Productions. Founded by Jason Blum, the company is best known for producing horror films with directors such as Jordan Peele, James Wan, Mike Flanagan and M. Night Shyamalan.
A few notable horror films released by Blumhouse Productions include:
- “Get out”
- “Paranormal Activity”
- “The Cleansing”
- “Happy Death Day”
- “The Invisible Man”
- “The Black Phone”
- David Gordon Green’s “Halloween” reboot trilogy