THE nun that terrified audiences in The Conjuring 2 stalks a remote convent in the upcoming movie.
The trailer has been released today and horror movie fans are clearly in for a spine-tingling ride.
Warner Bros The Nun horror movie trailer has given a terrifying glimpse of what is to come from The Conjuring spin-off
The next instalment of the hit franchise – out in September – sees the malevolent clergywoman terrorise a Romanian convent this time around.
Her pale face peeps out from beneath a black habit in the trailer.
And she says in a gravelled voice: “The abbey has a long history — not all of it good.”
According to Variety, the official synopsis reads: “When a young nun at a cloistered abbey in Romania takes her own life, a priest with a haunted past and a novitiate on the threshold of her final vows are sent by the Vatican to investigate.
Warner Bros. Taissa Farmiga plays the young novitiate who goes to the priest for help
The Nun is set to terrify audiences once more as the fourth instalment from The Conjuring franchise
“Together they uncover the order’s unholy secret. Risking not only their lives but their faith and their very souls, they confront a malevolent force in the form of the same demonic nun that first terrorized audiences in The Conjuring 2…
“The abbey becomes a horrific battleground between the living and the damned.”
Taissa Farmiga plays the novitiate Sister Irene who has visions of the nun and goes to the priest for help.
Demian Bichir plays the concerned priest, and Charlotte Hope takes on the role of Sister Victoria.
At one point in the trailer, Sister Irene is seen dressed in her white habit and walking through the dark – when the evil sister leaps out at her.
Warner Bros. The demonic nun from The Conjuring 2 stalks a Romanian convent in the spin-off movie
Speaking over the scene in the trailer, the frightened woman says: “I had a series of visions when I was younger. But after each on ended the same thought would be stuck in my head.
She eerily adds: “I saw a nun.”
The Nun will be hitting cinemas 33 years after the original movie was released.
Corin Hardy is directing and said he didn’t approach the project as a sequel.
Warner Bros. The Nun will hit cinemas in September
He told The Movie Crypt podcast: “I can’t obviously talk too much about what happens.
“But it was really exciting, when I read the script, that it was something new.
“So, it’s part of this universe that’s been established, with a character that appeared in a movie, but it wasn’t like doing a sequel or a remake.”