Ah Blumhouse, specializing in "easy horror" that rehashes an old genre favorite, or a tenuously strung together plot, filmed on a shoestring budget and primed to make hundreds of thousands of dollars from a fan base that loves supernatural jump scares. However, color me surprised that Jessabelle doesn't look like a typical Blumhouse film.
Returning to her childhood home in Louisiana to recuperate from a horrific car accident, wheelchair bound Jessabelle comes face to face with a long-tormented spirit that has been seeking her return -- and has no intention of letting her escape.
What got my attention initially is the voodoo aspect of the trailer. I love films about the American South, especially Louisiana, add in some voodoo leanings, and I'm there. Now, whether that voodoo we see in the trailer will be done well, obviously remains to be seen, but the fact that it's included, means that I'll be watching!
This new clip takes a closer look at another part of the trailer that caught my eye - namely the uncovering of a tiny corpse that gave me the shivers. Now, I'm not going to go on about how long the human body takes to decompose, or the articulated skeleton thing, or that the skulls of very young children aren't fused together, so I'll just enjoy this creepy little clip for what it is...creepy.