HORROR movie fanatics will face their biggest fears when the director of The Babadook returns with latest thriller, The Nightingale.
The latest trailer promises a gory spectacle and has left fans trembling in terror at the twisted tale of revenge.
Set during the colonisation of Australia in 1825, The Nightingale tells the story of a 21-year-old female Irish convict – The Fall's Aisling Franciosi – who becomes desperate to flee her abusive master, Lieutenant Hawkins – played by Sam Claflin.
The trailer shows Hawkins kill Clare's husband and baby, leaving her for dead as she becomes hellbent on revenge.
Clare tracks down her tormentor with the help of an Aboriginal tracker, and the latest trailer teases the horrifying showdown.
Movie fans and critics have flocked to social media to comment on the trailer and to give first reactions from festival screenings of The Nightingale.
One tweeted: "The first trailer for Jennifer Kent's The Nightingale gave me chills. I know we are getting a true masterpiece with this one."
Another put: "I can't wait for Jennifer Kent's new movie, The Nightingale. It sounds fantastic and I can't wait to see what nightmare she's dreamed up since The Babadook."