Are creators operating out of titles, like craft breweries are with their beers? Or are they making an attempt to get on board with the memes and jokes which have adopted sequence like Netflix’s You? No less than horror tales like Jordan Peele’s Us, the Amazon sequence Them, and the upcoming movie We — or, reaching again additional, Spike Jonze’s film Her — level to a sense that there’s a significant character on the root of the title. However what to make of the 2022 horror sequence From, which looks as if a title designed solely to lift questions? From what? From the place? From who? Poor Laura Ingraham is going to be so confused.
The workforce behind From, together with creator John Griffin (author of the upcoming sci-fi film Crater) and showrunner Jeff Pinkner (a producer on Misplaced, Fringe, and Alias) simply launched its first trailer, and it’s fairly eerie. With its give attention to a small derelict city and an uncanny phenomenon trapping a sprawling group of individuals there, it feels so much like a basic Stephen King quick story. (And a good bit like a model of King and Joe Hill’s In the Tall Grass, centered on a pitstop city as a substitute of a area.)
Harold Perrineau (Misplaced, Oz, Romeo + Juliet) leads the ensemble, alongside The Stand’s Eion Bailey and Maria Stuffed with Grace’s Catalina Sandino Moreno as the most recent couple to get caught up within the thriller and uncover the harmful creatures that could be behind it. The sequence debuts on Epix on February 20, 2022. Put together for a bunch of complicated evaluate headlines in February, as retailers attempt to discover methods round wording like “From navigates the identical territory as Misplaced” with out wanting like they neglected some phrases alongside the best way.