Well, that’s a wordy title.
The first trailer for the upcoming Netflix horror film I Am The Pretty Thing That Lives In The House just released, and its deceptively spooky. Check it out:
I dig it. This trailer was pretty atmospheric, and I like that I don’t really know what the film is about. The trailer, narrated by star of the film Ruth Wilson, depicts various clips of haunting imagery intermittently cut together. It’s vague, it’s mysterious, and best of all, it’s creepy.
This Halloween season has experienced a severe lack of quality horror movies (I don’t care what anyone else says, Ouija was terrible) and Netflix is looking to rectify that just at the last second. This is the debut trailer for the film, yet it’ll available to stream in just a few short days, a perfect watch for Halloween weekend. I love the world we live in.
Here’s a synopsis:
A young nurse, Lily (Ruth Wilson), moves in to a secluded old house to care for an elderly, reclusive horror novelist. But it seems the pair is not entirely alone.
I Am The Pretty Thing That Lives In The House is directed by The Blackcoat’s Daughter’s Osgood Perkins. While I myself am not particularly familiar with Perkins‘ work, he is the son of late horror icon Anthony Perkins. If this teaser is anything to go by, Osgood has inherited some of his old man’s horror chops.
We’ll be able to check out I Am The Pretty Thing That Lives In The House very soon when it hits Netflix October 28th. You going to check it out?