No one has ever seen a real ghost or monster, but we’ve all come across a dead-eyed, creepy doll at some point. We’re not talking about some child’s doll; we’re talking about a tangible, silent nightmare that stares directly into our soul. These are puppets and collectibles that sit on shelves in old houses and look like they might come alive and stab us at any moment. And some seem like they’ll possess our souls when we turn our back. They are downright freaky, which is why they are such a staple of horror movies. Vampires and werewolves aren’t something we really worry about, but grandma’s old marionette will forever haunt us. A creepy doll isn’t the only thing that will scare us in the sequel to
“Unaware of the terrifying history of Heelshire Mansion, a young family moves into a guest house on the estate where their young son soon makes an unsettling new friend, an eerily life-like doll he calls Brahms.”
In the first movie, Brahms turned out to be a full-grown man living in the walls of his family’s Heelshire estate. The doll wasn’t actually alive. However, based on this trailer the sequel still wants to lean into the supernatural elements originally presented in
The movie also stars Christopher Convery (
Those two must really love working with a creepy doll. Which likely makes them the only two people in the world who do. The rest of us will continue to run into the other room when we see one. Unless we’re watching them in a horror movie. Then we love them.
Brahms: The Boy