In the vein of When a Stranger Calls and I Know What You Did Last Summer, two new Netflix films are borrowing that throwback vibe with titles that have been synonymous with more than a century of American cinema. Both in the weeks leading up to and during its TUDUM promotional event, Netflix unveiled an unprecedented volume of trailers for coming movies and series. Here are two that should help get you primed for fall, October, and Halloween season. First, don’t look now, There’s Someone Inside the House. But you might as well take your time, because No One Gets Out Alive. (You could write an entire book in movie titles).
Below check out trailers for these new movies, both with a Stranger Things vibe, coming to your television screen over the next two weeks.
First up, beware, There’s Someone Inside the House:
From the producers of Stranger Things and The Conjuring series, a high school senior (Sydney Park) her graduating class are being targeted by a masked killer intent on exposing their darkest secrets.
It’s all bad, because No One Gets Out Alive. Here’s the preview:
When a young woman (Christina Rodlo) takes up lodging in a boarding house, her nightmares come true. This one has a ratings warning about “grisly images.” Yikes.
No One Gets Out Alive arrives tomorrow, September 29. There’s Someone Inside the House arrives next week, October 6. Both are on Netflix.
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