We really don’t want to see this movie alone: An eerie new trailer has arrived for the new version of Hookhand

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The Hook hand, which was introduced in 1992 and starred Virginia Madsen and Tony Todd, is a terrifying and intelligent horror that has become interesting to contemporary Hollywood due to its social and historical sensibilities. Nia DaCosta’s sequel of the same name, or soft reboot, which has become a hit due to the coronavirus, will finally hit theatres in August this year and will be shown here, so let’s get ready for the following, perhaps a little spoiler-themed, but definitely creepy trailer.

As the trailer shows, the urban legend continues to spread in Chicago’s Cabrini Green district, that if someone looks in the mirror five times and says “hook hand,” hook hands, the vengeful spirit, will not usually end well. This time, the protagonist is Anthony McCoy, an artist who has recently moved to the area with his girlfriend, who is inspired by the backstory of the murderous entity at the low point of his career, and, of course, digs too far into both history and myth, which tests his own sanity.

The Hook’s hand is scheduled to hit theatres in Hungary on August 26. The film was directed by Nia DaCosta, director of Captain Marvel 2, and Jordan Peele wrote the screenplay for “get lost!” and “Win Rosenfeld.” The main roles are played by Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (Anthony McCoy), Teyonah Parris (Brianna Cartwright), Colman Domingo (William Burke), Nathan Stewart-Jarrett (Troy Cartwright) and Vanessa Estelle Williams (Anne-Marie McCoy), and Tony Todd returns. DaCosta recently revealed that the film would be so scary that it’s not recommended to watch it alone – so let’s say it’s not going to be a problem in the cinema.

A new poster was also received along with the trailer for The Hook Hand, which can be viewed below

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