A day after the treasure is found, the everyday life of a demigod is in peril, and they will no longer need a last home to stay. Sister Death is finally here with a daunting and disquieting that brings a triple smile to a truncated story of Veronica. The movie comes from the Co-director of [REC], Paco Plaza‘s Veronica’s Prequel, and is due October 27th; the film was said to be released somewhere between October with an innominate date and time.
The eldritch scratch in a movie title font itself a spine-tingling approach to settle down the audience on a couch and make sure to treat them as one among them wearing an apostolic with a cross on their neck to drive off supernatural or petrifying creatures whenever they arrive from a hutch with a creepy noise and jump scare scene.
Sometimes, they’d prefer to drop off from a ceiling or something placed upright to people, and it can be an abandoned place. Probably, the trailer of the movie is out now, but interestingly, the film might have some distinctive traits to become one of a kind in its domestic genre. The trailer provokes the nerves from your body, and the resolution the movie plays keeps the audience in a more rectangular form and bargaining what is to be a ruminating adventure in a Nun directional movie.
Plot of the movie:
The prequel of Veronica revolves around a young, naive woman with otherworldly powers who comes to a convent. The movie is set in the backdrop of post-war Spain. After her arrival, Narcisa (Aria Bedmar) finds out some eerie things that occur day by day in the convent.
As days pass, the perilous adventure starts to speed up, and the plague treats her badly in her mind and reality. As a teacher, she begins to explore the school and eventually unfurls all the mysterious things. Aria Bedmar (Hermana Narcisa) Almudena Amor, Luisa Merelas, Chelo Vivares, and Maru Valdivielso star in Sister Death.