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Clock trailer: Dianna Agron, Melora Hardin star in Hulu horror film

Clock trailer: Dianna Agron, Melora Hardin star in Hulu horror film

Trailer: Dianna Agron and Melora Hardin star in the Hulu Original horror movie Clock, streaming later this month


The psychological horror thriller Clock is set to be released through the Hulu streaming service on April 28th, and with just three weeks to go until the movie is available to watch a trailer has arrived online. You can check it out in the embed above.

Written and directed by Alexis Jacknow, Clock stars Dianna Agron (Glee) and Melora Hardin (The Office) in the story of Ella, a woman who enrolls in a clinical trial to try and fix her seemingly broken biological clock after friends, family, and society pressures her to have children.

Agron and Hardin are joined in the cast by Jay Ali (Carnival Row), playing the husband of Agron’s character Ella, and Saul Rubinek (True Romance) as her father. Hardin’s character is the pioneering doctor managing Ella’s treatment.

A press release notes that Jacknow was tapped to write and direct two short films (Costume Change and the short Clock) under heavy COVID-19 restrictions in 2020 for the first season of 20th Digital Studio’s Bite Size Halloween. The feature version of Clock developed from there and is part of the studio’s existing slate of horror features for Hulu, including Grimcutty, Matriarch, and the upcoming Appendage and The Mill. The 2020 short version of Clock starred Jess Weixler, Tarina Pouncy, and Dylan Christine Sobchack. The synopsis for that one was simply “A businesswoman leaving work appears to be haunted by a baby”, so it sounds like the feature version is quite different from its short predecessor.

Clock was developed by 20th Digital Studio. David Worthen Brooks, Arbi Pedrossian, and Jenna Cavelle serve as executive producers, with Leal Naim producing and Alex Hansen co-producing.

What did you think of the Clock trailer? Will you be watching this movie when it reaches the Hulu streaming service? Let us know by leaving a comment below.

I haven’t seen the Bite Size Halloween short version, but the feature version looks interesting to me, so I’ll probably check it out at some point. I might have to take a look at the short version as well, because I’m a fan of Jess Weixler from her work in the vagina dentata horror movie Teeth.

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