‘Behind You’ Trailer: New Horror Will Make You Feel Worse About Staying Indoors

Have you gotten stir crazy yet? It’s only been a couple of days of “social distancing”, with most major venues, restaurants, stores, and workplaces shut down due to the coronavirus. Being forced to stay indoors for too long can drive a person nuts, and the stuff in your home can begin to look very weird, even ominous. That makes the timing of the new trailer for Behind You perfect because at least you’re only dealing with a global outbreak and not an evil demon.

Behind You centers on a pair of sisters who discover the mirrors in their aunt’s home hold the key to unleashing a malicious demon. While all of them are covered, of course, the girls venture to the one place they are forbidden to go, and all Hell breaks.

Making their directorial debut is the duo of Andrew Mecham and Matthew Whedon, who also wrote the script. Addy Miller, Elizabeth Birkner, Philip Brodie, and Jan Broberg star.

Behind You hits theaters and VOD on April 17th.

SYNOPSIS: Two young sisters, sent to live with their estranged Aunt, find that all the mirrors in her house are covered or hidden. When one of the sisters happens upon a mirror in the basement, she unknowingly releases a malicious demon that had haunted her mother and aunt years ago.

Travis Hopson
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