io9 took a look at The curse of the weeping woman in San Diego Comic-Con, and now everyone else can join us in our excited (yet petrified) the anticipation with the arrival of the first and spooky first trailer of the film. The film is from the first feature film, Michael Chaves, who has just been hired for a small movie called Conjuring 3.
As the title suggests, The curse of the weeping woman makes use of the horrific legend of the "weeping woman" of Mexican folklore, which the press release of the film explains as follows:
The weeping woman La Llorona A horrible apparition, trapped between heaven and hell, trapped in a terrible fate sealed by his own hand. The mere mention of his name has caused terror throughout the world for generations. In life, he drowned his children in a jealous rage, throwing himself into the river beaten behind them as he cried in pain. Now his tears are eternal. They are lethal, and those who hear their death at night are condemned. La Llorona crawls in the shadows and stalks the children, desperate to replace her. Over the centuries, his desire has become more voracious … and his methods more terrifying.
Did we mention that this movie is produced by James? Welcome to my Prestidigitation multiverse, now you'll never go back to sleep "Wan? As you can see in the trailer below, The curse of the weeping woman It develops in the 1970s in Los Angeles and the stars Linda Cardellini and Patricia Velásquez (as well as Raymond Cruz, Marisol Ramírez, Sean Patrick Thomas, Jaynee-Lynne Kinchen and Roman Christou). Cardellini plays a social worker and a single mother whose last case ends in tragedy; It also introduces you to a monster that is lurking and that is not "just a folk tale". As you will soon see.
That's really more than a clip that a teaser, which actually works pretty good considering how damn tense the whole scene is. Children, when mom says to stay in the car … better than everyone stay in the car!
The curse of the weeping woman It will be released on April 19, 2019.