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Frightening new Netflix film is already creating fear

Forget about the movie 'Birdbox'. This film is even more frightening. Netflix's new upcoming horror movie 'Velvet Buzzsaw' has already created so much publicity ,as well as aspirations, about two hours of unbearable thrills, the film is now being called 'the new Birdbox'.

However, there is thus ca. 15 days to Netflix the first of February showing the horror film, which perhaps will make you afraid to look at your own paintings at home in the living room in all the future.

It writes multiple media including the Independent, the Express, Vanity Fair and the Daily Mail

A scary scene from the movie Velvet Buzzsaw. (Photo: Netflix)

The american world star Jake Gyllenhall in the lead role as a gallery owner, who buys a mysterious collection of paintings, which the art world is called the brilliant. But in the role as a gallery-owner Morph Vandewalt get Jake Gyllenhaal with the purchase of the mysterious paintings, many more problems than he can cope with.

In the new trailer for the film 'Velvet Buzzsaw', as you can see above, find the Morph Vandewalt out to the creepy and mysterious paintings have been subjected to a curse, which means that the 'paintings' will attack the persons who own them.

At a time exhibiting Morph Vandewalt the creepy paintings in his gallery, where they become a gigantic success. But it will not be long before things start to go wrong.

A man says at one point:

- Have you ever noticed anything special about the paintings. When you look long enough at them, they begin to move.

Morph discover personally the horrific and grisly detail by the pictures, since he having sex with a woman, and suddenly allowed to crawl away from his sex-partner shivering from anxiety.

More must not be divulged here.

In the cast one can also find John Malkovich, Tom Sturridge, Daveed Diggs and Natalie Dyer.

Jake Gyllenhaal as a gallery-owner Morph, who suddenly becomes afraid of his own paintings - and with good reason. (Photo: Netflix)

Jake Gyllenhaal looking here a little bit concerned at some of the mysterious paintings. (Photo: Netflix)

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