In a Violent Nature Trailer: You See Through the Eyes of a Villain

In a Violent Nature Trailer: You See Through the Eyes of a Villain

“In a Violent Nature Trailer” delves deep into the twisted mind of Jason Voorhees as he hunts down his prey with chilling precision. Producer duo Peter Kuplowsky and Shannon Hanmer ensure that every moment drips with suspense and terror, crafting a modern slasher experience that pays homage to classic horror while carving its own gruesome path. Prepare to see “Friday the 13th” as you’ve never witnessed before, through the eyes of madness incarnate.

Imagine a chilling tale where terror takes shape through the eyes of the infamous Jason Voorhees. In the hands of first-time feature writer/director Chris Nash, the slasher film “Through the Eyes of Madness” plunges viewers into the dark psyche of Jason, an undead force of nature driven by revenge.

Our story unfolds in the shadowy depths of Crystal Lake, where the echoes of past horrors linger. The focal point is Jason Voorhees, a specter of relentless fury played by the enigmatic Ry Barrett. Jason’s tormented existence is tied to a locket, a haunting reminder of his tragic demise decades ago.

The catalyst for bloodshed emerges when this locket is disturbed, triggering Jason’s vengeful resurrection from his watery grave. His decaying form now prowls the woods, fixated on reclaiming what was taken from him. His targets? A group of unsuspecting teens, played by Andrea Pavlovic, Cameron Love, Reece Presley, Liam Leone, Charlotte Creaghan, Lea Rose Sebastianis, Sam Roulston, Alexander Oliver, and Lauren Taylor.

In a Violent Nature Trailer

“In a Violent Nature” premieres May 31 in theaters from IFC Films. Check out the trailer below.

2024 is a big year for horror with new releases from first-time directors like Caitlin Cronenberg and Ishana Night Shymalan. Established franchises like “The Strangers,” “The Purge,” “The Black Phone,” and “It Follows” are also getting follow-ups or prequels. Madelaine Petsch stars in “The Strangers: Chapter 1,” David Robert Mitchell directs “They Follow,” and Blumhouse is working on “The Black Phone 2.”

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