Here's an Exclusive Sneak Peek of the Brand-New 'Amityville Horror' Movie

Bella Thorne + big-time creepiness = Amityville: The Awakening.

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It's been 37 years since the original Amityville Horror movie hit screens. Since then, the franchise (based on a book inspired by true events) has garnered many sequels and many fans. And that's not stopping anytime soon. 

Amityville: The Awakening releases April 1, 2016, and stars Bella Thorne, Jennifer Jason Leigh, and Cameron Monaghan. The story centers around Belle, after her family moves into a new house. Soon, they begin to see strange phenomena, and Belle starts to suspect her Mother isn't telling her everything. As you can probably guess, she soon realizes they just moved into the infamous Amityville home. (Oops?) 

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The poster gives a special nod to Belle and her Instagram—and clearly, her friend is a little quicker to pick up on the eeriness.

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Watch the trailer below for creepiness x 2, then see the movie come April.

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