In The Djinn, youthful Dylan Jacobs (Ezra Dewey) doesn't have life simple. He's a quiet (bearing an awful Y-molded scar across his chest demonstrating a medical procedure or injury), bringing about nervousness when endeavoring to make a few companions. Intensifying Dylan's pressing factor is surrender issues coming from a new family misfortune including his mom (that unspools all through the film as a flashback). In the wake of indicating evil occasions, the story gets a couple of months after the fact in the fall, where Dylan and his anonymous father (Rob Brownstein) have gotten together to begin once again in another home, which is one more confusion on the facade of making companions. By the by, the kid's dad stays tender and peruses sleep time stories like Pinocchio, a somewhat on the button equal.
Actors: Ezra Dewey, Rob Brownstein, Tevy Poe, John Erickson
Directors: David Charbonier, Justin Powell
Writers: David Charbonier, Justin Powell
Producers: Ryan Scaringe, Carter Armstrong, Meghan Weinstein