Watch the first trailer for From, a horror series with a confusing title

Creators seem to be running low on titles similar to craft breweries with their beer. Or are they trying to get on board with the memes and jokes that have followed series like Netflix’s Please? At least horror stories like Jordan Peele’s Us,The Amazon Series TheyAnd the next movie We — or, reaching back further, Spike Jonze’s movie Her — point to a feeling that there’s a meaningful character at the root of the title. The 2022 horror series is a good example of this. Starting atIt seems that, is a title meant to only raise questions. Which? From where? From where? Poor Laura Ingraham will be confused.

Behind the scenes team From, Includes John Griffin, creator of the sci-fi film. Crater) Jeff Pinkner, a showrunner and producer Lost, FringeAnd Alias) just released its first trailer, and it’s pretty eerie. The film feels very Stephen King-esque, as it focuses on the devastation of a town and the uncanny phenomena that traps large numbers of people. (And a fair bit like a version of King and Joe Hill’s Tall GrassIt is based on a pitstop instead of a track.

Harold Perrineau (Lost, Romeo + Juliet, OzThe ensemble is led by ) alongside The Stand’s Eion Bailey and Maria Full Of Grace’s Catalina Sandino Moreno as the latest couple to get caught up in the mystery and discover the dangerous creatures that may be behind it. Epix will premiere the series on February 20, 2022. Prepare for a bunch of confusing review headlines in February, as outlets try to find ways around wording like “From navigates the same territory as Lost” without looking like they left out some words along the way.

Hannah Cheramy and Catalina Sandino Moreno, looking wet and shaken, hang onto each other in the horror series From

Photo taken by Chris Reardon/Epix

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