Blumhouse Teases Imaginary Horror Movie with Mysterious, Audio-Only Trailer Before FNAF Premiere
• Blumhouse has released an audio-only trailer for their upcoming horror movie, Imaginary, that requires viewers to use their imaginations.
•The mysterious 50-second trailer contains eerie music box melodies and murmurs with brief visuals of a little girl screaming, frightened women, and a monster.
•Jeff Wadlow directs the story about a young woman discovering her imaginary friend is real.
•Imaginary is set to release in theaters on March 8, 2024, and can be seen by those attending Five Nights at Freddy’s in theaters as a surprise
Prepare to use your imagination! If you’re watching Five Nights at Freddy’s in theaters this weekend, you’re in for a spooky treat. Blumhouse has released a trailer for their upcoming horror flick, Imaginary, that will make you question what you see…or rather, what you hear.
The trailer takes a unique approach by encouraging viewers to close their eyes and let their minds wander while they listen to around 50 seconds of audio. It’s a chilling experience as a little girl counts to 20, only to be interrupted by a door opening and thunderous footsteps. Eerie music box-like melodies and mysterious murmurs add to the suspense.
Although minimal visuals, a few quick cuts reveal glimpses of the girl screaming, frightened women, and a towering monster lurking in a hallway. It’s a clever marketing gimmick that leaves viewers wanting more.
Imaginary, directed by Jeff Wadlow, known for Kick-Ass 2 and The Curse of Bridge Hollow, promises an intriguing story. A young woman returns to her childhood home, only to discover that her imaginary friend is real and far from happy about being abandoned. The film is set to release on March 8, 2024.
For those attending Blumhouse’s latest film, Five Nights at Freddy’s, in theaters, this audio-only trailer is a surprise. While it’s also available on the Peacock streaming platform today, experiencing it on the big screen adds to the excitement.