Blumhouse Remake of Speak No Evil Gets New Trailer

Blumhouse isn’t solely intent on making bad remakes of old films, they want to remake films only a couple of years old too. Speak No Evil, a remake of the 2022 Danish film, is coming September 12, 2024, and the trailer dropped today.

When an American family is invited to spend the weekend at the idyllic country estate of a charming British family they befriended on vacation, what begins as a dream holiday soon warps into a snarled psychological nightmare. Described as “an intense suspense thriller for our modern age,” the film stars BAFTA award-winner James McAvoy (Split, Glass) in a riveting performance as the charismatic, alpha-male estate owner whose untrammeled hospitality masks an unspeakable darkness.

The cast also includes Mackenzie Davis (Terminator: Dark Fate, Halt and Catch Fire) and SAG award-winner Scoot McNairy (Argo, A Quiet Place Part II) as Louise and Ben Dalton, who, along with their 11-year-old daughter Agnes, accept the weekend-holiday invitation of Paddy (McAvoy). The film was written and directed by James Watkins (Eden Lake, The Woman in Black).