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Netflix Just Revealed The First Trailer For Their Film Adaptation Of Stephen King's "Gerald's Game" And Sweet Lord Why

Every slightly kinky person's worst nightmare.

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Stephen King is, without a doubt, the master of modern horror.

A true ~nightmare daddy~, if you will.
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A true ~nightmare daddy~, if you will.

While some of his work is outright terrifying, a lot of it is actually just straight FUCKED UP.

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In the best way, of course.

Cue Gerald's Game, King's 1992 suspense novel, which Netflix has recently adapted into a film.

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The first trailer was just released and it is filled to the brim with all kinds of "what the fuck, no thank you."

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The plot is simple enough: A dissatisfied couple heads to their summer home in the woods to reconnect and sort their relationship out.

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Because, you know, a "cabin in the woods" is historically GREAT for people in movies.

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See Antichrist, The Evil Dead, Cabin Fever, or oh gosh I don't know, maybe The Cabin in the Woods?!

Anyway, they try to spice things up between them in the bedroom using handcuffs.

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But when the husband, Gerald, takes things a little too far for his wife Jessie's comfort, she scolds him and the two argue about what their lives have become.

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And then...something tragic AF happens.

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And begin my second-hand anxiety attack in 3, 2...1.

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Handcuffed to a bed with no one around for miles, a dead husband on the floor, and a hungry dog on the premises, Jessie has to figure out just how in the sweet fuck she's going to get out of this one.

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Just in time for that ~Halloween foreplay~, Gerald's Game is coming to Netflix Sept. 29th, 2017.

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