At 4.47pm Nicole Barlow arrived at 550 Claremont Avenue. At 8.23pm she phoned her daughter. It was the last call she ever made.
This tagline is one of the most chill-inducing statements I have read in a while, especially when combined with the first ten seconds of the trailer. Take a look.
BOO! Did it work? I think I just scared myself.
Why Annie returns to her childhood house after her mothers funeral is beyond me. If my sister had gone missing I’d just say “oh well, we had a good run together, but it’s the houses turn now” and then I would never discover the unknown room or see people floating about the ceilings.
The trailer quite literally shows a scare a second and in doing so it loses any artistic touch of actually making the film look good rather than just a cheap horror. The trailer alone requires numerous nappies just to get through it so hopefully the film will be a little more paced out. I wouldn’t count on it though but fear not, I hear Tesco are having a sale in the baby aisle… Make sure you get there before June 8th…