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See Kelly Rowland and a Fan Favorite from Stranger Things in a New Movie Trailer

Curse of Bridge Hollow

In the Curse of Bridge Hollow trailer, you’ll see , from , and . Get ready for some scary fun!

In the family-friendly horror comedy, Kelly Rowland portrays Emily

It’s officially time for pumpkin spice, cozy weather, and scary movies. The Curse of Bridge Hollow is one of the movies we can’t wait to see this , and now we have a sneak peek at the scary story. Kelly Rowland plays Emily, the family matriarch, in the family-friendly horror comedy. Stranger Things star Priah Ferguson will play Emily’s teenage daughter Sydney, and comedian Marlon Wayans will play the “.”

 At the start of the trailer, the family is driving away from to a new town. Emily tells her daughter she should, “Bridge Hollow deserves a chance. A lot can happen in a small town.” 

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Sydney is impressed by their new neighborhoods’ Halloween decorations

Sydney is amazed by the Halloween decorations in their new neighborhood and says excitedly, “Check out those zombies!” Until they come to life, it’s all fun and games. Her dad tells one of the new neighbors, “I mean, do you believe in ?” that he thinks Halloween is “kind of silly.” Later, Sydney is seen at school telling a group of friends about her dad’s doubts, saying, “My dad teaches science. He doesn’t really celebrate Halloween, then.”

Stingy Jack, a ‘wicked guy’ who died in the home, makes things frightening

Well, it doesn’t take long for the father and daughter to get a rude awakening. According to the official synopsis, they are soon “forced to work together to save their town after an old, mischievous spirit makes Halloween decorations come to life and cause chaos.” When they discover that Stingy Jack, a “wicked man” who died in the house, is still there, things start to get pretty scary. But Emily says, “That’s not enough to scare me.” “This is where we live. We’re not going to die right now.”

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