Back in August we saw a teaser trailer for Antlers, a new horror from director Scott Cooper (Hostiles, Black Mass) and producer Guillermo del Toro (The Shape of Water, Pan’s Labyrinth).
Now Fox Searchlight has released an official trailer for the movie, which stars Keri Russell (Felicity, Waitress), Jesse Plemons (Fargo, The Irishman), Jeremy T. Thomas (Lore, The Righteous Gemstones), Graham Greene (The Green Mile, Wind River), Scott Haze (Venom, Midnight Special), Rory Cochrane (Dazed and Confused, Argo), and Amy Madigan (Field of Dreams, Uncle Buck).
You can find a brief synopsis for Antlers and watch the new trailer below.
Fox Searchlight has released a teaser trailer for Antlers, a new horror directed by Scott Cooper (Hostiles, Black Mass, Out of the Furnace, Crazy Heart) and produced by Guillermo del Toro (The Shape of Water, Pan’s Labyrinth, The Devil’s Backbone, Crimson Peak).
The movie stars Keri Russell, Jesse Plemons, Jeremy T. Thomas, JT Corbitt, Graham Greene, Scott Haze, Rory Cochrane, and Amy Madigan, and is based on Nick Antosca‘s short story “The Quiet Boy.”
You can find a brief synopsis for Antlers and check out the teaser trailer as well as a poster below.
As a kid, I thoroughly enjoyed Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark from author Alvin Schwartz and illustrator Stephen Gammell. The way that the creepy writing married with the bone-chilling imagery carved out my love for horror at a very young age. These pictures weren’t easy to look at, either. But as disturbing as they are, they were fascinating pieces of work. The way that the blacks and grays worked in unison against a white background evoked a wide range of emotions from fear to intrigue. And the same can be said for the writing, which was simple and yet did not skimp on any of the gory details. All of it just pulled you into a world that is both frightening and yet you want to visit.
The trailer, which can be found below, will be of interest to anyone excited about the movie, but especially to fans of Lana Del Rey as it features the musician’s cover of the 1966 Donovan song “Season of the Witch.”