Supernatural Terror Unleashed: Trevor Henderson’s Monstrous Vision Takes Center Stage in ‘Tarot’ Trailer

TORONTO, Ontario – The horror movie “Tarot” is set to hit theaters on May 10, 2024. The newly released trailer offers a glimpse into the terrifying world of a cursed tarot deck that unleashes supernatural entities upon a group of teenagers who break the sacred rules of Tarot readings. The film, written and directed by Spenser Cohen and Anna Halberg, features a deck of terror designed by concept artist Trevor Henderson.

The trailer introduces viewers to several new and haunting supernatural entities that are brought to life through Henderson’s creature concept art and special effects. These entities, inspired by tarot cards, play a prominent role in the movie’s narrative, threatening the lives of the characters. Though the trailer only hints at some of the designs, Henderson expressed excitement to see his creations on the big screen.

Among the entities teased in the trailer are the High Priestess, the Hermit, the Magician, the Hanged Man, the Fool, the Two of Pentacles, Death, and the Devil. Each card represents a different theme or aspect of horror, adding to the suspense and terror of the story. Henderson’s designs bring these entities to life in visually stunning and chilling ways.

The High Priestess card, associated with mystery and intuition, signals a time for reflection and retreat. The Hermit card coincides with withdrawal from society and solitude. The Magician card represents the power to manifest one’s own reality, which could lead to mind-bending consequences in the movie. The Hanged Man card symbolizes sacrifice and a potentially gruesome fate for those who draw it. The Fool card, considered one of the most valuable cards in tarot, could serve as a guide or harbinger of the horror to come. The Two of Pentacles card emphasizes balance and perseverance, suggesting that maintaining equilibrium will be crucial in the movie. The Death card, typically associated with the end of a chapter or a transitionary period, may take on a literal interpretation in the film. Finally, the Devil card, with its themes of self-entrapment and temptation, represents a loss of control and fear.

As the trailer only offers a glimpse of these terrifying entities, audiences will have to wait until the movie’s release to see the full extent of their horror. “Tarot” promises to be a spine-chilling experience that explores the consequences of breaking the rules and facing the dark forces that lie within the cursed tarot deck.