Smile Trailer: Paramount’s Upcoming Horror Will Give You Goosebumps
The Smile might turn out to be the creepiest film this year. It is tough to decipher anything from the highly vague trailer. The trailer alone tells us so much yet tells us nothing. There hasn’t been an excellent horror movie lately, and Smile might fill up the place.
It looks like the latest film of Paramount Pictures will be one hell of a ride. So, watch this film only if you ‘enjoy’ horror movies, as the film will make your Smile disappear.
Smile is reportedly based on Finn’s previous short film, and he has expanded it to his first feature film debut.
When and where will Smile be released?
The American psychological horror is set to release on 30 September 2022 by Paramount Pictures.
What is Smile about?
The movie follows the life of a therapist who went through traumatic events involving one of her patients. Her patient said she could see things no one else could, like people smiling at her. Shortly after her patient goes through a mishap, the therapist begins seeing things herself, specifically people smiling at her before killing themselves. Do the disturbing visions mean something, or are her mind turning on herself?
Soon, she discovers that her visions, all those deaths, are more linked to each other than she thought.
Who are all there in the cast?
The cast includes Sosie Bacon, Jessie T. Usher, Kal Penn, Rob Morgan, Caitlin Stasey, Gillian Zinser, Kyle Gallner, and Judy Reyes.
Is it based on a true story?
Not exactly a true story. The film was created and directed by Parker Finn. This film is his first feature film debut. The film is based on his 2020 shirt film: Laura Hasn’t Slept, where the title character was played by Caitlin Stasey, one of the cast members.
What was the story of the short film?
The short film had the story from the perspective of a girl having extreme nightmares. She desperately tries to escape these awful dreams by visiting a therapist for help.
The description of the stories is pretty vague, but that makes them so attractive. Unfortunately, you can’t find the synopsis anywhere, so to find out how the film is, you must watch it. However, we caution you because the movie will wipe out your Smile.
Is the movie truly psychological, or is it supernatural?
It is hard to say as of now as no official information has been disclosed. However, from the trailer, it seems like some evil spirit has started following the therapist after leaving her patient. It’s as if the energy is killing everyone around her, but we soon find her investigating all the deaths after these crazy visions.
At some point in the trailer, it seemed like she was even successful in finding a connection as to who or what is, making the people in her visions cut their faces with a curve that looks like a smile. But nothing is definite, as the psychologist might be going through something stressful, and the film turns out to be an “American Psycho” all along.