The Conjuring trailer debuts
The eerie flick is bound to scare up a large audience this summer.
If the idea of a vengeful spirit whispering, "Look what she made me do," frightens the living daylights out of you, it may be best to refrain from watching the trailer below.
Warner Bros. has released the haunting new trailer for The Conjuring and we can't help but be a little freaked out.
Set in 1971, the flick follows the unsettling true story of a couple (Ron Livingston and Lili Taylor), who believe that their Harrisville farmhouse has been overtaken by supernatural forces.
The two consult Ed and Lorraine Warren (Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga), a married team of paranormal investigators, in a desperate attempt to return to normalcy.
The trailer conveys the film's suspenseful elements more clearly than the teaser that was released last month. But both promos have wicked cool '70s music!
Based on the trailer, it looks as though The Conjuring is inspired by vintage horror films like The Exorcist and The Amityville Horror. That's good news for those who enjoy subtle scares as opposed to a flashy gory-fest.
The popcorn-friendly film reunites director James Wan with Wilson, who starred in the filmmaker's sleeper hit Insidious and will soon appear in Insidious Chapter 2.
Horror enthusiasts will recall that Wan also helmed the original Saw film.
Watch the trailer below and look out for the adorable Mackenzie Foy (aka Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson's daughter in Breaking Dawn: Part 2).
The Conjuring will hit theaters on July 19 while Insidious Chapter 2 is set to creep its way into theaters on September 20.