'Haunt' Trailer: The Writers Of 'A Quiet Place' Are Back With A Haunted House Movie

While John Krasinski is busy at work with the sequel to A Quiet Place, his screenwriting partners on the 2018 horror hit are taking on directorial duties for their next movie, Haunt. Scott Beck and Bryan Woods write and direct the haunted house horror movie, which follows a group of teens as they enter an "extreme" haunted house, only to find out the scares are real. Watch the Haunt trailer below. 

Haunt Trailer

Haunted houses are a Halloween ritual for any teen who loves a good scare, but sometimes "there happen to be psychopaths inside," Beck said to Entertainment Weekly about his and Woods' upcoming horror flick. Haunt follows a group of teens who find an "extreme" haunted house off the beaten path, and slowly discover that they're being picked off one by one. Katie Stevens (The Bold Type, Faking It) stars as Haunt's main protagonist, and presumable final girl, who notices early on that something is up.

"Our main girl is Harper.... is this young woman who's in this horrifyingly abusive relationship," Wood told EW. "It all comes to a head on the week leading up to Halloween. The whole idea is, like, Can I just let go, and have a good night, and move past this? All the while, we think that her ex- is following her, stalking her. We're trying to merge this character story with kind of slasher tropes."

Produced by Eli RothHaunt is a brutal and gory slasher in the vein of recent movies like Hell Fest and Blood Fest, which imagines haunted horror attractions taking a fatal turn. It's not my cup of tea, but if this very specific genre is up your alley, then Haunt looks like it's for you.

Here is the synopsis for Haunt:

On Halloween, a group of friends encounter an "extreme" haunted house that promises to feed on their darkest fears. The night turns deadly as they come to the horrifying realization that some monsters are real.

Haunt is released in theaters, on demand, and digital on September 13, 2019.