Chilling trailer for The Midnight Club, Mike Flanagan’s new series for Netflix

MADRID, 21 Sep. (CultureLeisure) –

On October 7, horror fans have an unavoidable date with the midnight clubthe new series of mike flanagancreator of titles like The Curse of Hill House either midnight mass, for Netflix. Another chilling story that has already released his final trailer.

Based on the 1994 novel of the same name by Christopher Pike and his other writings, this terrifying fiction, will take viewers to a hospice home for terminally ill young people. Thus, this three-minute trailer, shows how eight of his patients, with the days of their lives numbered, decide to liven up the time they have left by meeting every night to tell scary stories.

However, the trailer also shows how, marked by tragedy and the hardness of what they will have to face when they exhale their last breath of life, they end up forging an unusual pact: the first of them, to succumb to his illness, will do everything possible to send a signal to the others from beyond to communicate with the group. A fantasy that, as can be seen in the disturbing succession of images, seems to become a reality, or rather, a nightmare, since, after the death of one of them, truly disturbing and inexplicable events begin to occur.

Iman Benson, Adia, Igby Rigney, Ruth Codd, Aya Furukawa, Annarah Shephard, William Chris Sumpter, Sauriyan Sapkota, Zach Gilford, Matt Biedel, and Samantha Sloyan star in The Midnight Club. And to which is also added as part of the cast an icon of terror whose presence will not go unnoticed by fans of the genre: that of Heather Langenkampwho embodied in Nightmare in Elm street to the memorable victim of Freddy Krueger, Nancy Thompson.

A new bet within the horror genre with which Flanagan returns to the small screen where, in addition to returning to work as showrunneralong with his partner Leah Fong with whom he already worked on The curse of Bly Manor, has also been in charge of directing the first two chapters.

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