Netflix’s Non secular Horror Film Sister Dying Trailer Revealed

A brand new trailer for “Sister Dying” reveals Netflix’s upcoming non secular horror film, and it’s completely timed for Halloween. This movie serves as a prequel to the 2017 Spanish horror hit, “Veronica.”

The official synopsis units the stage for what guarantees to be a chilling story: “In post-war Spain, Narcisa, a younger novice with supernatural powers, arrives at a former convent, now remodeled into a faculty for women, with the intention of changing into a trainer. Nevertheless, as the times move, she is subjected to more and more unusual occasions and disturbing conditions that torment her. These occurrences will finally lead her on a harrowing journey to uncover the horrible net of secrets and techniques that shroud the convent and hang-out its inhabitants.”

This premise is each eerie and intriguing, and it hints at a gripping storyline full of supernatural parts and darkish mysteries.

“Sister Dying” is about to premiere on Netflix on Friday, October 27, simply in time for Halloween. Earlier than its Netflix launch, the movie will open the Sitges Movie Competition on October 5, producing pleasure amongst horror fanatics.

The film encompasses a gifted solid that features Consuelo Trujillo, Almudena Amor, Luisa Merelas, Chelo Vivares, and Maru Valdivielso. The script is penned by Jorge Guerricaechevarri, recognized for his work on “REC,” and the movie is directed by Paco Plaza, one of many co-creators of “REC.” With such a crew behind it, “Sister Dying” is poised to be a must-watch for horror followers, promising an intense and spine-tingling cinematic expertise. So, mark your calendar for October 27 and prepare for a pre-Halloween scarefest.