Sinister forces are at play in Disquiet, an approaching scary thriller starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Rachelle Goulding, Elyse Levesque, Lochlyn Munro, and more. It’s composed and directed by Michael Winnick and set to launch in theaters, on digital, and as needed on February 10. Ahead of its release, we have an exclusive clip to premiere.

“3,2,1,” starts the clip as medical professionals in a health center count down while offering Monica (Levesque) anesthetics. As she starts to lose consciousness, the medical professionals’ faces horrifically damage, looking like less human-like functions. Time leaps, and we see Monica awakening in the medical facility. She removes her breathing mask. She’s not alone.

Disquiet Official Trailer and Synopsis

The main trailer teases Sam (Meyers) awakening in the medical facility in a panic after a vehicle mishap triggered by texting and driving. He leaps up from his medical facility bed and screams for assistance, drawing the attention of an inhuman-like furious guy from down a hall who runs towards him, simply hardly prevented by closing elevator doors. He quickly hears Monica’s scream for assistance and finds there are others caught in the medical facility. “We’re going to have to figure this out,” he states. “All of the landlines are dead, there’s no cell phone signal, and none of us can find the door to get out of here… this will not end well unless we work together.”

The main summary checks out: Jonathan Rhys Meyers stars in the frightening, edge-of-your-seat thriller. After a near-fatal automobile mishap, Sam (Meyers) wakes to find he is caught in a deserted medical facility by strange and ominous forces that have no intent of letting him leave …

Prior to her function in Disquiet, Levesque appeared in Orphan Black, Ready or Not, and more, while Meyers is understood for Vikings, Tudors, and Elvis, and Goulding forLethal Weapon Writer and director Winnick likewise has a variety of credits prior to Disquiet, consisting of composing and directing Malicious, Shadow Puppets, and Guns, Girls and Gambling.

Disquiet concerns us from Paramount Pictures.