Trailer Impressions: Brahms: The Boy 2

Welp, it’s January, ladies, and gentlemen. And, historically, that means we’re in for some low key horror films that have all the ingredients to become cult classics, sleeper hits, and/or amazing trivia night triumphs.

Such appears to be the case for the latest horror genre trailer drop with Brahms: The Boy 2.

As to not be outdone by lesser fare, our phantasmic trailer ingredient list includes the following:

The, ‘we just moved into a giant, and obviously, something-went-down-here house’ locale populated by the ‘violent, and troubled kid’ with parents who are having a rough go of it.


We’ve got a doll that, unto itself isn’t necessarily scary unless you saw movies like Child’s Play or the more recent Annabelle either a little too young or at the absolute wrong time in your life.


And of course, a personal favorite, ‘the person with an awesome voice who breaks down what’s happening to our unsuspecting characters’ to get us hyped for what’s to come. 

All in all, this looks like a fun ride. Roll credits!

Unaware of the terrifying history of Heelshire Mansion, a young family moves into a guest house on the estate where their young son soon makes an unsettling new friend, an eerily life-like doll he calls Brahms.
Katie Holmes stars in STXfilms and Lakeshore Entertainment’s, BRAHMS: THE BOY II, alongside Christopher Convery (“Gotham”), Owain Yeoman (The Belko Experience) and Ralph Ineson (The Witch).
William Brent Bell returns to direct BRAHMS: THE BOY II. The producers are Lakeshore’s Tom Rosenberg, Eric Reid, Gary Lucchesi, and Richard Wright in addition to Matt Berenson, Jim Wedaa and Roy Lee.

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