If you're a horror movie fan, I think you might enjoy this first trailer for the haunted house horror thriller Marrowbone. The trailer gives off a menacing eerie vibe and I like what I'm seeing. The movie comes from the screenwriter of The Orphanage and The Impossible, Sergio G.Sánchez, and this is the first film that he has directed.
The movie also has a solid cast that includes George MacKay (Captain Fantastic, Peter Pan), Anya Taylor-Joy (The Witch, Split), Charlie Heaton (Stranger Things, The New Mutants), Mia Goth (A Cure for Wellness, The Survivalist), and Matthew Stagg (War & Peace, London Spy). Here's the synopsis:
Escaping an abusive father and a troubled past in Britain, Rose (Nicola Harrison) and her four children travel to an inherited home in rural America. The voyage is taxing on Rose and she soon dies from an illness. In order to stay together, the children plan to hide their mother’s death until the 21st birthday of eldest son Jack (George MacKay). He and 19-year-old Jane (Mia Goth), 18-year-old Billy (Charlie Heaton) and five-year-old Sam (Matthew Stagg) live in impoverished conditions as they keep their secret from the world. When a nosy lawyer comes poking into their lives, the dreadful truth about what is hiding in the old Marrowbone house comes to light. The only respite from the ghost that haunts the place is a makeshift fort, where the siblings hide together from the terror that surrounds them, and the friendship of their ally, Allie (Anya Taylor-Joy), becomes their only hope.
You know, I've always wanted to find myself in a crazy haunted house situation. I've always wondered how I would really react if a bunch of terrifying shit started to go down! I'd probably just do the responsible thing and get the hell outta there!
Marrowbone will hit theaters, On Demand, Amazon Video, and iTunes on April 13th.