In May, the film will be available exclusively on Shudder. The Twin, a psychological horror thriller that will be available exclusively on Shudder, has gotten an official trailer. The film follows Teresa Palmer, a woman fighting to hold things together after her family relocates and her kid begins acting strangely, as she tells the tale of a family who lost one of their twins in a horrific accident. Taneli Mustonen makes her English-language debut with the picture, which also stars Steven Cree and Barbara Marten.
Rachel (Palmer) and her little son, Elliot, are exploring their new house in the new trailer for The Twin, when they come across a weird tiny door. Rachel gets a flashback of her second son Nathan, Elliot’s twin, being killed in a vehicle accident when an elderly woman asks why she relocated. Elliot soon starts talking to himself and looking at Rachel in bed in the middle of the night. Something evil is entering the household, and a voiceover can be heard suggesting that Elliot is being visited by something other than Nathan’s soul. Unsettling images, such as someone crushing their own skull with a picture frame, flash across the screen as the trailer proceeds.
Mustonen and Aleksi Hyvärinen, who had previously collaborated, wrote the script for The Twin. Hyvärinen is also the director and producer of the picture. The film was part of the Frontières Platform, which is co-hosted by the Fantasia International Film Festival and the Marché du Film at the Cannes Film Festival. It was also named best fiction picture at the Finnish Film Affair and best project at the BIFAN festival in South Korea. The Twin will be distributed in cinemas, on demand, and on digital platforms on May 6, the same day as its Shudder debut.
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Following the death of one of their twins in a terrible accident, Rachel (Palmer) and her husband Anthony (Cree) migrate to the other side of the world with their surviving kid in the hopes of starting a new life. When Rachel begins to uncover the excruciating reality about her son and faces the malevolent forces aiming to take control of him, what begins as a time of healing in the tranquil Scandinavian countryside quickly takes an alarming turn.
Shudder has revealed a release date and the first teaser for The Twin, a new horror film that will be released on the streaming platform on June 6, 2022. IGN has a new trailer for The Twin, starring Teresa Palmer and Steven Cree, which you can see below or above the page.
Rachel (Teresa Palmer and her husband, A Discovery of Witches, Warm Bodies) and Anthony (Steven Cree, A Discovery of Witches, Outlander) were reunited in a new life after a horrific tragedy in which one of their twins perished. What begins as a time of recovery in the peaceful Scandinavian countryside eventually takes an unexpected turn as she uncovers the terrible truth about her son and confronts the evil forces attempting to keep him imprisoned.
Taneli Mustonen (Reunion, Lake Bodom) directs The Twin, which is co-directed by Aleksi Hyvarinen and Mustonen (Arrhythmia, Lake Bodom). IGN also has the first look at key art from The Twin, which features Rachel and Elliot Palmer as well as Tristan Ruggeri and The Guardian. “There is no bare guy who cannot love,” says the slogan. “Paddy has the worst a boy can be” – with the tagline: “How only a mother can love” –: “Simply you can love the truth”
Following the terrible death of one of their twins in a car accident, Rachel and her husband Anthony migrate to the other side of the world with their surviving kid in the hopes of starting a new life. When Rachel begins to uncover the excruciating reality about her son and faces the malevolent forces aiming to take control of him, what begins as a time of healing in the tranquil Scandinavian countryside quickly takes an alarming turn.
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