Netflix's 'Every Time I Die' Trailer Is Creeping Us TF Out
Launched last year, the movie has just been added to the streaming platform and it sounds weird AF.
It centres around a guy, Sam (Drew Fonteiro,) who is struggling to cope with the death of his sister, who drowned as a child, something he feels responsible for.
He is plagued by flashbacks and is clearly psychologically troubled because of it.
But things turn weird when Sam is killed and he wakes back up in his friends' bodies to help save them from the same fate. Everyone around him sounds like they're in danger too.
The movie sounds almost supernatural, with a tense and chilling real life undertone, with scenes in the trailer particularly weirding us out.
One scene captures Sam on videotape talking about his sister: "She's my sister. She's dead. I killed her".
But the next scene snaps to Sam being questioned about his admission, something which he denies he ever did.
The trailer rolls on, with Sam seemingly confused about who he is, why he has blackouts, even suggesting he might be "possessed or something".
Things get weird when he appears to poke a finger though his own hand, leaving a hole where a bug then appears from. Say whattt?
Next up is Sam pictured alone in a dark wood, followed by a man pointing a gun at his head.
Whilst the dark woods sound cliche, this film is set to be anything but a dull copycat - it actually sounds like a fresh take on supernatural thrillers from director Robi Michael. In fact this is his first feature length film.
The trailer continues with disturbing clips and rounds off with a prompt on screen that reads: "Remember your past, or keep repeating it".
It looks like it's one for your next night in, so get it on the watch list ready for an eery weekend viewing.
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