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Netflix has turned beloved rom-com To All The Boys I've Loved Before into a horror movie.
While a highly-awaited sequel to the romantic movie based on the best-selling 2014 YA novel by Jenny Han of the same name is yet to be announced, the streaming platform has given us a new take for this Halloween one-off..
The movie tells the tale of Lara Jean (Lana Condor) who writes a letter to each of the boys she has ever loved.
However, her secrets are spilled when her sister actually mails them out to those five guys, Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) included.
The first movie hit us all in the feels, and now Netflix is giving us more of Lara and Peter, although this time it's set to have a much more chilling tale.
While the whole film has not been turned into a brand new movie, the subscription streaming service created a trailer for Halloween, which looks incredible.
"My letters are my most secret possessions," Lara starts in the fake trailer. "There are five total."
As eerie music plays in the background, she continues: "Look, Peter. I don't think either of us thought that this was going to last this long. I think that we need to call it."
Peter tries to fight his corner though, but Lara's powerful emotions seem to get the better of her.
The trailer quickly takes an even darker turn, showing the old film footage in a completely new, obsessive light.
In a once-romantic hot tub scene, Lara creeps up on Peter, asking if he's alone again before jumping in herself.
Viewers then hear a blood curdling scream, before To All The Boys I've Loved Before becomes To All The Boys I've Killed Before, turning the innocent schoolgirl into a serial murderer.
Here's hoping Netflix makes this film a reality, as this spooky trailer is truly incredible.
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