“Sister Death”: Netflix Unveils First Trailer for Verónica Prequel

"Sister Death": Netflix Unveils First Trailer for Verónica Prequel

“Sister Death” (Original title: Hermana muerte) is a prequel to the critically acclaimed Spanish horror film “Veronica” (2017). It tells the story of a young novice who takes up a teaching position in a converted convent.

Directed by Paco Plaza, this prequel to ‘Veronica‘ (2017) infuses religious terror with the heart-pounding intensity of a haunted rollercoaster ride. With the release of the first trailer for “Sister Death,” get ready for a spine-chilling experience when it starts streaming on Netflix on October 27th.

Here is the official synopsis for “Sister Death”

Set in post-war Spain, a novice possessing extrasensory perception arrives at a converted old convent now serving as a girls’ school, where she’s set to take on a teaching role. There, a series of strange events and inexplicable apparitions lead her to examine the place’s past, uncovering a disturbing secret.

The film will premiere at the Sitges Film Festival on October 5th and stream on Netflix starting October 27th. Watch the trailer below:

Title: Sister Death (Original title: Hermana Muerte)
Genre: Horror Movies
Director: Paco Plaza
Writer: Jorge Guerricaechevarría
Cast: Aria Bedmar, Maru Valdivielso, Luisa Merelas, Almudena Amor, Chelo Vivares, Sara Roch, Olimpia Roch, Adriana Camarena, Martina Delgado, and Claudia Fernández Arroyo
Cinematography: Daniel F. Abelló
Editor: Martí Roca, Guillermo de la Cal
Language: Spanish
Release Date: At Sitges Film Festival on October 5th, On Netflix – October 27, 2023

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