Guillermo del Toro, Keri Russell Horror Film

A policeman, a little boy and a teacher (all looking worried) walk together in a hallway in a scene from the horror film Antlers.

Jesse Plemons, Jeremy T. Thomas and Keri Russell in Drink.
Picture: Projector photos

Drink is a film we waited so long to see it’s almost unbelievable that it hasn’t been released yet, but tomorrow, finally, is the big day for the Directed by Scott Cooper, Produced by Guillermo del Toro supernatural horror tale. The film is coming out of a bunch of festival screenings, but to further increase the spooky hype, Searchlight Pictures has released a new clip from the film.

The clip shows us middle school Professor Julia Meadows (Keri russell) asked his shy and enigmatic student Lucas (Jeremy T. Thomas) to read the story he was working on to the class. He’s a bit misfit, but with his encouragement, he’s starting to share. His story, which he tells from alarming details illustrations, not words—star a lot like a familiar fairy tale … until it is quickly becomes dark and scary.

Obviously, Lucas’ story is a thinly veiled description of his own family life, something sympathetic Julia picks up immediately. What does not become clear until, presumably, a little later in the film is how truly monstrous some of the “bears” Lucas refers to are, as suggested. the official description of the film: “In a remote Oregon town, a middle school teacher (Keri Russell) and her sheriff brother (Jesse Plemons) fall out with her enigmatic student (Jeremy T. Thomas) whose dark secrets lead to terrifying encounters with an ancestral creature legendary that came before it. them.”

Drink is based on the short story “The Quiet Boy” by Nick Antosca (Channel Zero), and its cast also includes Jesse Plemons as Julia’s brother, the local sheriff, as well as Graham Greene, Scott Haze, Rory Cochrane and Amy Madigan. It will be at the cinema tomorrow.

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