'Rattlesnake': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and everything you need to know about the Netflix horror thriller
You might call it a horror film, or a twisted, crime-drama-mystery movie, but 'Rattlesnake' promises to bring out your worst fear
Horror can come in any form, shape, or size. And it is not always the supernatural that can make you jump on your seat or cringe with fear. Sometimes, things around us that look normal can be scary. Netflix's new original horror-thriller movie, 'Rattlesnake' promises fear in the most unexpected places.
'Rattlesnake' will release exclusively on Netflix on October 25, 2019.
While driving through the desert, a single mother and her daughter are stuck in the middle of nowhere, when their car breaks down. While the mother is trying to fix her tire, the little girl gets bitten by a rattlesnake.
Frantic and worried, the mother finally gets help from a mysterious woman, living in a trailer, in the middle of the desert. The woman saves the child, but there is a price that the mother has to pay for getting her daughter's life back.
To make it worse, something eerier ensues. There are changes in the child that are beyond the comprehension of the mother. Did she make a deal with the devil, in exchange for her child’s life?
The movie stars Carmen Ejogo, Theo Rossi, David Yow, and Emma Greenwell in the lead roles.
Ejogo is an English actor known for her work as Sally Hemings in the television drama 'Sally Hemings: An American Scandal' (2000) and also as Sister Anderson in the remake of the cult classic original film 'Sparkle' (2012).
'Rattlesnake' is written and directed by Zak Hilditch. He is known for his last horror-thriller movie 1922 (2017), as well as movies like These Final Hours (2013) and Transmission (2012).
As the trailer reveals, 'Rattlesnake' could be the next Stephen King-like story experience. Watch the preview here.
Where to Watch
If you find thrill in horror-crime mysteries, then don’t miss the movie on Netflix on October 25.
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