Netflix drops intense ‘The Silence’ trailer starring Kiernan Shipka
Netflix has released the first trailer for The Silence, a horror film based off a novel by Tim Lebbon, and it looks insane.
The film stars Kiernan Shipka (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), Stanley Tucci, Miranda Otto, John Corbett, Kate Trotter and Kyle Breitkopf.
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The film is about a family who is struggling to survive in a world that’s overrun by a deadly species that hunts via sound. They try to seek refuge and wait out the invasion, but discover a sinister cult. One family member, 16-year-old Ally Andrews (Shipka), lost her hearing at 13. And, the cult is eager to exploit her other heightened senses.
The film is based off the widely-acclaimed 2015 book of the same name.
John R. Leonetti (Annabelle) directed The Silence.It will hit the streaming service April 10.
The trailer is pretty insane to watch, and definitely leaves a lot of questions unanswered about what goes down in the film. You can watch it below.
As previously stated, Shipka stars as Sabrina in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. The second season of that will be released Friday on Netflix. They just also dropped the season 2 episode names, which you can check out below.
Chapter 12: The Epiphany
Chapter 13: The Passion Of Sabrina Spellman|
Chapter 14: Lupercalia
Chapter 15: Doctor Cerberus’s House Of Horror
Chapter 16: Blackwood
Chapter 17: The Missionaries
Chapter 18: The Miracles Of Sabrina Spellman
Chapter 19: The Mandrake
Chapter 20: The Mephisto Waltz
We recently learned the show was renewed by Netflix for two more seasons, or parts. Netflix renewed the series for 16 more episodes, and the resulting episodes will air as Part 3 and Part 4.
In other Netflix horror news, the streaming service just added Blumhouse horror film Mercy Black to its roster which you can stream right now. It was an unexpected drop that we definitely can’t complain about.
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