Make Room For New Nightmares! Hereditary's Director Is Back With New Horror Film Midsommar

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Ari Aster is giving viewers a year to get over the effects of 2018's twisted Hereditary. The director on the rise recently released a brand new trailer for his forthcoming horror film Midsommar, which is about a couple's trip to Sweden during a nine-day midsummer festival that makes Fyre Festival look like the blast it was originally intended to be.

The most recent footage shows the couple (Jack Reynor and Florence Pugh) sifting through their strained relationship, and ultimately deciding to attend the festival as a wanderlusty distraction. The festival is an absolute delight, by the way! There are flower crowns, choreographed dances, traditional garments, and . . . OK, scratch that, there's an animal carcass and smeared blood on some sort of symbolic rock.

Also starring William Jackson Harper and Will Poulter, Midsommar will be hitting theaters July 3, 2019. You have until then to rid your mind of Hereditary and make way for new nightmares.

Teaser Trailer:

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