‘Tonight She Comes’ Trailer Proves Women Are Scary As Hell [Video]

‘Tonight She Comes’ Trailer Proves Women Are Scary As Hell [Video]

Tonight She Comes seems to be a horror movie whose title was pulled directly out of a Witch’s Bible. It does more than just tell horror fans what the name of the movie is, but it tells you that there is a woman on the prowl and she is mad as hell.

But if the title for Tonight She Comes is not enough to tell you that the movie is going to be a classic horror fest, then the trailer goes to great lengths to make sure you know that no one is going to survive a night in the cabin, partying. That’s partly due to the fact that “she” is coming back for revenge.

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In the trailer for Tonight She Comes, the narrator really spells it out for you.

“Yesterday, she was chosen. At midnight, she was sacrificed. This morning, she was buried. But tonight [she comes].”

To really sum up this trailer for Tonight She Comes, it plays out a little like the old-school marketing tricks that were used for The Exorcist. The flashing white and black cut shots were actually banned from TV back in 1973, but they have not been banned on YouTube. What horror fans did get to see from the Tonight She Comes trailer was indeed some unnerving cuts that definitely makes a horror fan want to check it out though.

According to the YouTube listing for Tonight She Comes, the film stars Nathan Eswine, Larissa White, Jenna McDonald, Brock Russell, Cameisha Cotton, Dal Nicole, Adam Hartley, and Frankie Ray. Tonight She Comes was directed by Matt Stuertz and the original music for the film was composed by Wojciech Golczewski (We Are Still Here, Late Phases, Beyond the Gates).

There has been no word yet as to when Tonight She Comes gets released, or even if it is getting a theatrical release. Watch the trailer below.

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