New Blumhouse Horror Movie Truth Or Dare Gets A Trailer


Blumhouse, a company known for its bone-chilling horror films, has been behind not just one of the biggest horror movies of 2017, but one of the biggest movies of 2017 in general: Get Out. Except this time the consequences for not telling the truth or doing the dare are higher: you die.

The studio behind successful supernatural thrillers from Happy Death Day, to Get Out, and Split, has released the trailer for its next offering, the thriller Truth or Dare. The plot follows a game of "Truth or Dare" among friends, which initially seems to be harmless.

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Jeff Wadlow directs the cast that includes Violett Beane, Nolan Gerard Funk, Hayden Szeto and Sophia Taylor Ali alongside Hale and Posey.

'Truth or Dare' hits theaters on April 27th, 2018.

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Blumhouse has continued to impress with their latest string of movies including Best Picture nominee Get Out, a massive box office surprise with Split, and the fresh horror film take on Groundhog Day in Happy Death Day. It's usually embarrassing and risque, but Universal and Blumhouse Pictures are about to make it deadly.

The movie lands in United Kingdom cinemas on May 4th. Truth or Dare, based on the first trailer, looks to be following that model. If you've read our film coverage over the course of the previous year, you know we love some goofy horror, especially if kids from shitty MTV shows are getting fucked up in the process.

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