Polaroid parents guide

Polaroid Parent Guide

A picture is worth a thousand deaths.

A curious old Polaroid camera proves to be more sinister that it appears after a teen named Bird Fitcher (Kathryn Prescott) discovers that anyone who has their picture taken by it will meet with a violent death.

Why is Polaroid rated Not Rated? The MPA rated Polaroid Not Rated

News About "Polaroid"

The release of Polaroid, produced by The Weinstein Company, was derailed because of the accusations of sexual misconduct by Harvey Weinstein and the #Me Too movement. More details here:

If the synopsis for the film Polaroid seems vaguely familiar, it is likely because it is a new take on an old franchise: The Ring, The Ring Two and Rings. Also produced by Dimension/Weinstein, The earlier movies featured a video tape, that if viewed, would claim the life of the unlucky watcher. In Polaroid the premise is centered on a vintage camera that takes the life of it's subjects -- not just the person's picture!

The movie is based on a short film by Lars Klevberg. It stars Kathryn Prescott, Mitch Pileggi, Grace Zabriskie, Tyler Young, Keenan Tracey, Samantha Logan, Priscilla Quintana, Madelaine Petsch, and Javier Botet. It is produced by Roy Lee and Chris Bender, and the screenplay is written by Blair Butler.

Do you remember the old Polaroid Cameras? They were a novelty because you could see the film develop before your eyes, and have a print in your hand in less than a minute. In a day and age of film cameras, where the exposed film needed to be sent off to a lab before you could view your images, this was a big deal! Learn more about the new generations of Polaroid Cameras.

Cast and Crew

Polaroid is directed by Lars Klevberg and stars Kathryn Prescott .

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This movie does the same thing to vintage cameras that the Rings franchise did to old video recorders.