Full Trailer Revealed for Into the Dark’s First Year 2 Installment “Uncanny Annie”
It’s just your everyday horror story of a mysterious board game that brings your darkest secrets and fears to life.
By Chris Morse
Having concluded its first full year of monthly installments, Hulu’s Into the Dark is gearing up to do it all over again with more new episodes, beginning with next month’s “Uncanny Annie.” A couple weeks back, we received a first look at the next installment in the form of a teaser trailer, but today’s full trailer reveal gives us a more complete preview of the episode, which premieres on October 4th. Watch it above!
For the month of spooks and scares, “Uncanny Annie” is set on Halloween night and follows a group of college students who get trapped in a mysterious board game that brings their darkest secrets and fears to life. The only way to escape is to play and they must win to survive.
The episode is directed by Paul Davis with writing credits going to Alan Blake Bachelor and James Bachelor. Starring is Georgie Flores (Famous in Love), Adelaide Kane (The Purge), Paige McGhee (Meg’s First Dance), Jacques Colimon (The Society), Dylan Arnold (Halloween), and Evan Bittencourt (Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists). It will be available for streaming beginning October 4th.
The first twelve feature-length episodes of Hulu’s Into the Dark are currently streaming with another year of new installments arriving monthly, so there’s no reason not to get caught up. Otherwise, stay tuned to Dead Entertainment for more coverage on this series ahead.
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