Two years ago, Jacqueline Fernandez made huge news when she was made the lead of the British horror movie, Definition of Fear, directed by James Simpson. I remember seeing a teaser then, that had Jacqueline looking spooky and sexy at the same time, and the movie was touted to be a psychological horror flick.
However, after that no other update has been given about the movie apart from the fact that it was premiered at the 4th Delhi International Film Festival in December 2015. So I was surprised to see the a trailer of the movie doing the rounds on the social networking sites and I wonder if we are finally going see the movie in the theatres.
The answer is, we don’t know. The said trailer itself has been published on October 31, 2015, but it wasn’t till now that we got a proper look of Jacqueline’s British debut. Going by the trailer, it has the tropes of a haunted house movie – it has four girls going to stay in a desolate house, that has SPOOKY written in every brick of its.
The girl gang is led by Jacqueline’s character, who wants to use the experience as a psychological evaluation on her friends for some reason. But as things go like in such movies, well-laid plans go awry when supernatural enters into the picture.
Though there are no scenes of ghosts or apparitions in the trailer, the sense of foreboding is hard to miss. Plus, there is a mandatory shower scene as well, as jump scares. There is also a foreshadowing of a lesbian moment between Jacqueline Fernandez and one of the girls.
Watch the trailer…
We do hope that Definition of Fear does manage to find a release so that we can see Jacqueline battle ghosts or rather get possessed by a ghost (going by the last scene in the trailer).
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