Netflix just released "The Perfection" trailer and it's absolutely terrifying

17 April 2019, 16:26

Nicky Idika

By Nicky Idika

It's got everything: skin crawling creatures, vomiting up bugs, and sharp weapons. "The Perfectionist" looks chilling and you can watch it on Netflix this May.

Netflix's foray into the world of horror and psychological thrillers has resulted in some of its most popular content to date. The Haunting of Hill House terrified audiences late last year and even 2018's meme factory, Bird Box, scratched a very specific itch for many viewers.

Now, a new film coming to the platform will almost certainly terrify horror fans. The Perfection arrives this May and the trailer for the film looks absolutely chilling. You can watch the trailer above.

Netflix The Perfection
Netflix The Perfection. Picture: Netflix

The Perfection stars Logan Browning (Dear White People) and Allison Williams (Girls, Get Out) as Elizabeth and Charlotte, respectively.

Per Netflix, "When troubled musical prodigy Charlotte (Allison Williams) seeks out Elizabeth (Logan Browning), the new star pupil of her former school, the encounter sends both musicians down a sinister path with shocking consequences."

The trailer for The Perfection opens up with Elizabeth and Charlotte wandering along a deserted path. The intense first look at the film skips straight to the horror, with creatures crawling under Elizabeth's skin and a disgusting shot of her vomiting up bugs.

Throughout the preview, we get the ominous sense that Charlotte is behind it all, especially during the heart racing moment were Elizabeth is presented with a cleaver to chop off her own arm.

Allison Williams in The Perfection on Netflix
Allison Williams in The Perfection on Netflix. Picture: Netflix/Screenshot

It's safe to say that the whole thing looks absolutely twisted and you'll be able to get the bejeezes scared out of you on May 24 when the film officially hits Netflix.

What do you guys think? Does The Perfection look sufficiently terrifying for your tastes?