Netflix fans terrified by trailer for new horror In The Tall Grass and say they’re too scared to go in their gardens

Netflix fans terrified by trailer for new horror In The Tall Grass and say they’re too scared to go in their gardens

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NETFLIX fans have been left too terrified to go in their own gardens after watching the trailer for new Stephen King horror In The Tall Grass.

The movie, which airs on the streaming service next month, sees two siblings lured into an overgrown field by a young boy’s screams.

In The Tall Grass sees people trapped in a terrifying field

However, when Becky (Laysla De Oliveira) and Cal (Patrick Wilson) get in there, they find themselves trapped in a disorientating world tangled inside the long grass – and they are far from alone.

Getting separated, they struggle to find one another and quickly come across other people stuck in there on the hunt for their loved-ones.

And if that wasn’t enough, a creepy child even pops up to point out: “You can find things. But it’s easier once they’re dead.”

When the trailer was released, many were astonished by just how spooky high grass could be with one wailing: “I’m scared to cut my lawn after this trailer.”

Becky ventures into the grass after hearing a child’s screams
However, it quickly appears there is no way of getting out
A creepy child soon joins the party – and darkness descends


Another advised: “If you don’t do well with scary movies you may not want to watch this alone and after dark.”

A third complained: “Great now I can’t walk in the fields at night without feeling completely terrified.”

However, plenty of people were thrilled that the film – an adaptation of a book Stephen King wrote with his son Joel Hill, was coming to screens.

One posted: “Finally. I’ve been waiting for so long. Another Stephen King awesomeness.”

The eerie grass maze doesn’t want to let anyone go

Another wrote simply: “Trust Stephen King to make grass terrifying.”

In The Tall Grass, which is directed by Vincenzo Natali, will be released on Netflix on October 4.


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