Regina Hall Uncovers Something Sinister at a College Campus in Haunting "Master" Trailer

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Following its premiere at this year's Sundance Film Festival, director Mariama Diallo's debut feature is heading to Prime Video. Starring Regina Hall, Zoe Renee, Talia Ryder, Talia Balsam, and Amber Gray, "Master" is a social thriller that follows three women at a predominately white university in New England: Professor Gail Bishop (Hall), who has recently made history as the first Black woman to be promoted as "Master" of a residence hall at Ancaster College; Jasmine Moore (Renee), an excited Black freshman, who gets assigned a haunted dorm room; and Liv Beckman (Gray), a professor who is currently in the middle of a racially charged tenure review.

During their time at the school, they soon come to discover that the school's elitism is a disguise for something way more sinister. "Why is this administration spending more energy undermining my tenure than on figuring out who's been terrorizing the student body?" professor Beckman asks in the trailer released on March 2. Even though the clip is only two minutes long, it's enough to raise the hair on the back of your neck. "Master" premieres globally on Prime Video on March 18.

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