In the trailer for 'whodunnit Bodies, Bodies,' a mansion party goes south.
The film, directed by Kristen Roupenian, Sarah Delappe, Chloe Okuno, Joshua Sharp, and Aaron Jackson, follows a group of wealthy 20-somethings through a blood-spattered neon storm. After planning a hurricane party at a remote family home, the group goes from fake friends to real-life backstabbers when their party game, known as Bodies, Bodies, is a murder.
In the murder mystery's trailer, the group can be seen posing it in a glow necklace frenzy before Sophie from Stenberg makes a pause and suggests that the group plays the game "where someone always ends up crying."
The person who pulls a piece of paper with an X on it means they're the murderer, and everybody else has to avoid being killed. That includes Davidson's David, who attempts to dismiss suspicions around him by saying, "If I was the murderer," and says, "I'd have no doubt that if I was there."
As the night unfolds, things escalate, and toxic events ensue, somebody becomes gaslit, and people are both triggered and silenced as part of a deadly and paranoid swarm of events starring Pace, Maria Bakalova, Rachel Sennott, Myha'la Herrold, and Chase Sui Wonders.
The film was shot by David Hinojosa, Ali Herting, Lara Costa-Calzado, and Tatiana Bears. It will be released on theaters on August 5th.