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Fuller House Trailer Recut as a Horror Film Is Actually Really Scary: Watch

Don’t open the door! Netflix’s Fuller House trailer got a horror film makeover, and all one minute and 15 seconds of it are actually kind of scary.

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Instead of of Miranda Lambert’s “The House That Built Me,” the teaser features an eerie, this-may-be-it tune that takes over the already creepy empty house. 

Fuller House
Fuller House

The short teaser, which also lacks any actors, ends with the Tanners’ beloved dog, Comet, barking at what are likely unwelcome guests at the front door.

The real teaser for the 13-episode reboot series was released on Thursday, December 17. The anticipated sequel to the original family sitcom is set for release on February 26 and features original stars Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweeten and Andrea Barber. Alums Bob Saget, John Stamos and Dave Coulier are set to make appearances.

Fuller House

The spoof gives a whole new meaning to the lyric “Everywhere You Look” from the original show’s theme song, but according to one tweeter, the scary version is “just preparing us for the horror that will be Fuller House.”

Watch the horror film version above!

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