Belle Trailer: Beauty and the Beasts Gets A New Horror Remake

Get ready for a chilling twist on Beauty and the Beast with 'Belle' – a horror adaptation arriving on VOD. Classic fairy tale meets sinister suspense.

Belle Trailer

The world of cinema has been witnessing a chilling reimagining of beloved children's tales, and the trend continues with an upcoming spine-tingling adaptation of a classic fairy tale. The anticipation builds as a haunting trailer for "Belle" is revealed, providing a glimpse into a horrifying twist on the timeless story of Beauty and the Beast. This eerie reimagining is set to grace Video-On-Demand platforms next week.

The transformation of innocent stories into terrifying cinematic experiences has captured the imagination of audiences, with recent releases like "Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey" sending shivers down the spines of viewers. The creators of this twisted tale have even bigger plans, intending to craft an interconnected universe that includes chilling renditions of other childhood favorites like "Bambi" and "Peter Pan," aptly titled "Bambi: The Reckoning" and "Peter Pan: Neverland Nightmare." But before these dark adaptations come to life, Level 33 Entertainment is set to deliver "Belle" to audiences on August 22nd. The trailer for this macabre film can be found below.


Steering the sinister ship behind "Belle" is Max Gold, a seasoned writer, and director with credits like "Surfer’s Paradise," "Silicon Beach," and "Classic of Changes." The movie's synopsis is as follows: Belle embarks on an arduous quest to save her ailing father, setting out in search of a mythical rose believed to possess miraculous healing powers. However, the price of the rose is steep—Belle must surrender herself to a brutal beast and engage in a battle against his dark enchantment.

The ensemble cast includes Andrea Snædal, known for her role in "Silicon Beach," Ingi Hrafn Hilmarsson from "The Noise of Engines," Hana Vagnerová of "Beat on Friendship," Gudmundur Thorvaldsson from "Eleven Men Out," Helga Braga Jónsdóttir, recognized for "Stitch n’ Bitch," and Sigurður Sigurjónsson, who has left a mark with "The Valhalla Murders."

Belle Poster
Belle Poster

A press release from the production team urges genre enthusiasts not to miss out on this extraordinary rendition of "Belle"—a tale as ancient as time itself.

As the trend of infusing horror into cherished fairy tales continues, it sparks conversations about the merits of this eerie transformation. The trailer for "Belle" specifically invites reflection on this trend. Will you be taking a plunge into this dark adaptation when it hits VOD platforms next week?