Sony Pictures has this week shared the first trailer for its upcoming horror feature, Slender Man. The picture is loosely based around a pair of incidents that occurred back in 2014 when two young girls stabbed one of their friends in a Wisconsin forest, and one unrelated 13-year-old in Ohio then attacked her mother with a knife.

Per the movie's plot description, “Following recent disappearances, a group of girls venture into the cause of these incidents.”

Slender Man stars Javier Botet as Slender Man, alongside Jaz Sinclair, Joey King, Julia Goldani Telles, and Annalise Basso, as Sylvain White directs.

You can look forward to the film landing in theaters May 18.

Press play above for your first taste.

For more, be sure to watch the trailer for Netflix's new psychotic comedy, ‘The End of the F**cking World.’

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