After the first trailer, Netflix dropped another chilling part of the new movie, The Devil All the Time seeing Tom Holland puts a gun on Robert Pattinson’s head.

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The movie based on a Gothic novel by Donald Ray Pollock, starring Robert Pattinson, as Preston Teagardin, who appears to be a preacher but turns out to be a whole different person.

Watch the trailer below.

Tom Holland‘s character Arvin Russell was seen telling his grandmother Emma (played by Kristin Griffith): “That ain’t no preacher – he’s as bad as they got on the damn radio.”

Arvin eventually confronts Preston in church, asking him: “Excuse me, preacher, you got time for a sinner?” before pulling a gun to him.

The trailer opens with a small birthday party for Arvin his family throws for him. The elderly relatives give him a gift, which is a gun that his late father “brought back from the war.”

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At another point in the trailer Arvin says: “I know what my daddy did,” and a flashback describes a man who appears to be his father smothering another man in mud.

The father Willard (played by Bill Skarsgard), while Arvin’s mother Charlotte is portrayed by Haley Bennett.

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Later intriguing snippets show one of the pictures resurfacing, as well as a glimpse of Arvin and Sandy pointing guns at each other in a car.

Eliza Scanlen plays Arvin’s friend Lenora who asks him at one point: “You ever think about how we ended up orphans living in the same house?”

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Meanwhile, Sebastian Stan transforms from a soldier into a sheriff who utters the deep-meaning trailer’s tagline: “Some people are born just to be buried.”

The Devil All the Time also stars Mia Wasikowska, which was directed by Antonio Campos who co-wrote it with his brother Paulo Campos. The movie will be dropped on September 16.