Chilling trailer for indie horror The Hollow One

Nathan Hendrickson’s indie horror The Hollow One (it was previously known as The Darker Path) has snuck up on the world of horror with a frightening new trailer just ahead of its world premiere at the Seattle International Film Festival later this month—if you’re going, let me know how this one is because I need it in my life!

With a first impression as good as this one, The Hollow One already has a lot to live up to. The trailer is soaked in a dreadful atmosphere with a dark and mysterious figure pulling on the strings of fear. It’s mostly made up of haunting images and an eerie darkness, and then a demonic voice consumes everything and it’s enough to rattle the skin right off your bones. The Hollow One’s world premiere is just a few weeks out, so hopefully the early buzz on this one lives up to its terrific trailer.

What you need to know about The Hollow One:

In an isolated coastal community, Rachel Wade is sent down an emotionally destructive path after the tragic death of her mother. Forced to leave home, Rachel and her younger sister return years later to find their father missing and the community deserted. What starts as a search for answers quickly turns into a race for survival. In order to escape, Rachel must face her family’s dark history and a mysterious figure with sinister intentions.

It stars Kate Alden, Jesse James, Chelsea Farthing, Tony Doupe and Tonya Skoog.

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