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Guillermo del Toro-produced horror flick Antlers drops gruesome teaser

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FIRST LOOK: A meek boy’s bully meets a gruesome fate at the hands of a supernatural creature in teaser clip for Guillermo del Toro horror flick Antlers


A first look clip from the upcoming supernatural horror flick Antlers was shared to Searchlight Pictures’ official YouTube account on Friday.

In the video, a boy named Lucas Weaver, portrayed by Jeremy T. Thomas, is confronted by a bully, played by Cody Davis, who then meets a gruesome end at the hands of a horned creature.

The upcoming movie features Guillermo del Toro as one of its executive producers and it is currently set to be made available to the public later this month.

New footage: A first look clip from the upcoming supernatural horror flick Antlers was shared to Searchlight Pictures' official YouTube account on Friday

New footage: A first look clip from the upcoming supernatural horror flick Antlers was shared to Searchlight Pictures’ official YouTube account on Friday

The clip begins with Weaver making his way through a wooded area while heading to school before he encounters Clint, who chastises him about his classes.

Thomas’ character then tries to walk away from the bully, who follows him further into the wooded area.

The pair then stop when they hear the growling of a hungry creature, and Weaver runs away while the beast pounces on and tears Clint apart.

The clip ends with the young boy stopping at a partially deconstructed fence and looking back to witness the carnage.

Conflict: The clip begins with Weaver making his way through a wooded area while heading to school before he encounters Clint, who chastises him about his classes

Conflict: The clip begins with Weaver making his way through a wooded area while heading to school before he encounters Clint, who chastises him about his classes

Gruesome: The clip ends with the young boy stopping at a partially deconstructed fence and looking back to witness the creature tear Clint apart

Gruesome: The clip ends with the young boy stopping at a partially deconstructed fence and looking back to witness the creature tear Clint apart

Development on Antlers was initially reported on in 2018, when it was made known that del Toro had signed on as one of the movie’s executive producers.

The movie follows an Oregon schoolteacher and sheriff who become concerned about a boy keeping a supernatural secret hidden at his house.

The Scott Cooper-directed feature is also based on Nick Cantosa’s short story The Quiet Boy, and he served as one of its screenwriters.

Keri Russell’s involvement with the project was first reported on in 2018, and she later signed on to star in the movie.

Starting off strong: Development on Antlers was initially reported on in 2018, when it was made known that del Toro had signed on as one of the movie's executive producers; he is pictured earlier this month

Starting off strong: Development on Antlers was initially reported on in 2018, when it was made known that del Toro had signed on as one of the movie’s executive producers; he is pictured earlier this month

Jesse Plemons was later confirmed to be a part of the flick’s cast in August of that year. 

Also set to appear in the forthcoming feature are performers such as Rory Cochrane, Amy Madigan and Scott Haze.

Principal photography on the film, which was predominantly shot in Vancouver, Canada, initially began in the fall of 2018 and concluded that same November.

Antlers was initially supposed to be released last April, although its debut was delayed as a result of the onset of the global pandemic.

Tough break: Antlers was initially supposed to be released last April, although its debut was delayed as a result of the onset of the global pandemic; its star, Keri Russell, is seen in 2019

Tough break: Antlers was initially supposed to be released last April, although its debut was delayed as a result of the onset of the global pandemic; its star, Keri Russell, is seen in 2019

It was then given a new date of February 19th, 2021, and it was subsequently pushed back for a second time.

The forthcoming flick is now scheduled to make its wide debut on October 29th. 

Antlers has received generally positive reviews from critics and currently has an 80% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Many reviewers pointed to the combination of genuine scares and character-driven moments as one of the feature’s strong points. 

Coming soon: The forthcoming flick is now scheduled to make its wide debut on October 29th; cast member Jesse Plemons is seen at the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards in 2020

Coming soon: The forthcoming flick is now scheduled to make its wide debut on October 29th; cast member Jesse Plemons is seen at the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards in 2020

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