The Brothers Grimm would be proud.

Our own Meagan Navarro reviewed it here, but now we’ve cooked up a trailer showcasing Oscilloscope Labs new creeper, NOVEMBER.

Based on Estonian writer Andrus Kivirähk’s best-selling 2004 novel Rehepapp, this medieval fable of a film looks like THE WITCH as directed by David Lynch.

The trailer shows off why NOVEMBER won the Best Cinematography award at the Tribeca Film Festival. It’s a gorgeous black and white period piece set in 19th Century Estonia, where love attempts to blossom in a supernatural world of ghosts, demons and monsters.

NOVEMBER made its festival premiere at Fantasia in 2017. It opens in New York on February 23rd and in Los Angeles a week later, on March 2nd. The Director is Rainer Sarnet who has a strong resume of international writing and directing credits going back to the late 90s.

Intrigued? Then light a candle and step into the mystery of NOVEMBER.

In this tale of love and survival in 19th century Estonia, peasant girl Liina longs for village boy Hans, but Hans is inexplicably infatuated by the visiting German baroness that possesses all that he longs for. For Liina, winning Hans’ requited love proves incredibly complicated in this dark, harsh landscape where spirits, werewolves, plagues, and the devil himself converge, where thievery is rampant, and where souls are highly regarded, but come quite cheap. With alluring black and white cinematography, Rainer Sarnet vividly captures these motley lives as they toil to exist—is existence worth anything if it lacks a soul?