WHO’S IN IT?
Linda Cardellini (Green Book), Raymond Cruz (Clear and Present Danger), Patricia Velásquez (Mindhunters), Jaynee-Lynne Kinchen (Self/less), Roman Christou (film debut), Marisol Ramirez (Right At Your Door), Sean Patrick Thomas (Save the Last Dance), Tony Amendola (Annabelle), DeLaRosa Rivera (The Inevitable Death of Gus Banister), Madeleine McGraw (American Sniper), Sierra Heuermann (Ouija), Sophia Santi (Blackhat), Oliver Alexander (film debut), Irene Keng (Stompin’)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Michael Chaves (film debut), director; Mikki Daughtry (Five Feet Apart) and Tobias Iaconis (Five Feet Apart), writers; Gary Dauberman (The Nun), Emile Gladstone (Army of One) and James Wan (The Conjuring 2), producers; Joseph Bishara (Insidious), composer; Michael Burgess (Public Disturbance), cinematographer; Peter Gvozdas (The Purge), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
In 1970s Los Angeles, widowed social worker Anna (Cardellini) finds signs of foul play during one of her cases, but as she digs deeper she finds alarming similarities with the terrifying supernatural occurrences that have plagued her and her family lately. She learns that they may be being caused by La Llorona, known as the Weeping Woman, the mythical ghost who will stop at nothing to take Anna’s children…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
James Wan produces this terrifying new horror film that takes the spooky legend of La Llorona and makes it a compelling, and endlessly scary, little movie out of it.