TRAILER: ISABELLE Horror Film Looks Like A Creepy Good Time

Creepy house, ominous supernatural women, and a couple who loses their baby are all packed into this new trailer for Isabelle, a horror film from longtime producer-turned-director Robert Heydon and starring Amanda Crew (Silicon Valley) and Adam Brody (The O.C.). Isabelle hits theaters in 2019.


About Isabelle

Official Description: A young couple’s dream of starting a family shatters as they descend into the depths of paranoia and must struggle to survive an evil presence that wants nothing more than their very own lives.

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Following in the footsteps of things like The Conjuring and Annabelle, the trailer for Isabelle plays out like the cousin to that franchise. There are plenty of creepy shots of the young demon woman thing appearing in reflections or gazing from windows. Lots of screaming and psychological terror on the characters. If all goes well, that terror will make this film another horror hit in this golden age of horror at the box office. If nothing else, the trailer for Isabelle has all the boxes checked for what looks to be a fun and scary ride.


Isabelle features a cast that includes …

Amanda Crew as Larissa Kane
Adam Brody as Matt Kane
Zoë Belkin as Isabelle Pelway
Sheila McCarthy as Ann Pelway
Booth Savage as Clifford Kane
Michael Miranda as Pedro Salazar
Dayo Ade as Father Lopez
David Tompa as Dr. Karl Neidorf
Zoe Doyle as Dr. Phoebe Chan
Shanice Banton as Carol Murphy


On the surface, Isabelle’s trailer wasn’t very inspiring. Seems a little too much by-the-numbers. However, it’s just a trailer, and the first one at that, so we’ll have to wait and see what the final film will deliver. Possession films are hot right now, so it’s definitely riding that wave. Set in a gothic-looking house, it seems to take the Blumhouse route of doing as much as possible with one location.


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Ruben Diaz
Ruben Diaz
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