Karen Gillan as Kaylie Russell in "Oculus." Photo Credit: Relativity Media

Witness the Nightmare in the New TV Spot for Oculus (Video)

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Just last week, we showed you a clip from the upcoming horror fest Oculus that would make you question looking in the mirror ever again. Now, the nightmare continues in the latest TV Spot for the film.

Just in case you haven’t heard about the film yet, here is a quick look at the synopsis of the film courtesy of Fandango.

Two siblings haunted by a childhood tragedy learn that the source of their horror is a mysterious mirror with a dark history. Tim (Brenton Thwaites) and Kaylie (Karen Gillan) were merely teenagers when both of their parents were brutally butchered. Convicted of the killings and sentenced to protective custody, Tim serves his time while Kaylie drifts into a deep despair. Years later, a newly free Tim does his best to lay the past to rest. Meanwhile, Kaylie is certain that her brother was innocent all along, and that the antique mirror their parents used to own holds the answer to her darkest questions. Upon locating the long-lost looking glass, Kaylie’s deepest fears are confirmed — a menacing force inhabits that mirror, and it has plagued every owner who has come into possession of it. Now, as curious Kaylie reacquires the mirror, the nightmarish cycle of horror returns with a vengeance.”

He biggest problem here is that the lines between what is real and what is all in your mind are incredibly blurred. The problem comes in telling the difference between the two. You see what it is that the mirror wants you to see.

Here is a look at the latest TV Spot for the upcoming film Oculus.


The film is being directed by Mike Flanagan. The script was penned by both Flanagan and Jeff Howard based off of a short screenplay by Flanagan and Jeff Seidman.

Doctor Who actress Karen Gillan stars as Kaylie Russell and Home and Away actor Brenton Thwaites as her brother Tim. Longmire’s Katee Sackhoff and Argo’s Rory Cochrane play the roles of their parents, Alan and Marie Russell.

The film also stars Annalise BassoGarrett RyanJames LaffertyMiguel Sandoval, and many more.

Oculus is scheduled to be released on April 11, 2014.

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