BEHIND YOU trailer – when a creepy mirror has writing on it, please don’t read it out loud

BEHIND YOU trailer – when a creepy mirror has writing on it, please don’t read it out loud

It’s fun when a creepy horror movie sneaks up on you, like the new film BEHIND YOU. It doesn’t have any big stars, but the trailer below looks effectively creepy. The story follows a child and her sister who move into their aunt’s house where she finds a mirror with writing on it, and something really wants one of the children to read the words. What could possibly go wrong? The cast includes Addy Miller, Elizabeth Birkner, Philip Brodie, and Jan Broberg. This is meant to hit theaters on April 17, but with the Coronavirus shut downs, it’s hard to say if that will happen, though it also hits VOD on the same day. Tell us your thoughts in the comments.

BEHIND YOU opens April 17, 2020

Source: Slashfilm

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