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The Pale Blue Eye Trailer Opens The Grisly Murder Case

 

Movie 

The Pale Blue Eye

 

Genre 

Mystery, Crime, Horror

 

Release Date 

23rd December2022 / 6th January 2023

 

Director/ Writer 

Scott Cooper

 

CastChristian Bale, Harry Melling, Gillian Anderson, Toby Jones, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Timothy Spall, Harry Lawtey, Simon McBurney, Hadley Robinson, Robert Duvall, Charlie Tahan, Steven Maier, Matt Heim, Fred Hechinger, Gideon Glick, Brennan, Keel Cook
ProducersScott Cooper, Christian Bale, Tyler Thompson, John Lesher
ProductionStreamline Global Group, Cross Greek Pictures
MusicHoward Shore
CinematographyMasanobu Takayanagi

Netflix teases the official trailer of The Pale Blue Eye, starring Christian Bale as a local detective Augustus Landor. According to the first official footage released weeks before the film, Augustus Landor takes on the West Point Academy’s case of the cold-blooded murder of their young cadet. But what makes the situation menacing is a dark revelation. Guess what? The dead military cadet’s heart is skill-fully removed from his body. Now that’s what you call irony.

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The Pale Blue Eye is a crime horror mystery inspired by the 2003 gothic novel of the same name by Louis Bayard. Written and directed by Scott Cooper, The Pale Blue Eye assigns a mysterious case to the veteran detective Augustus Landor. Continue reading for detailed answers for The Pale Blue Eye cast, plot, trailer, and more.

The Pale Blue Eye Trailer- Recap 

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The Netflix overview for The Pale Blue Eye writes- West Point 1830. A world-weary detective is hired to discretely investigate the gruesome murder of a cadet. Stymied by the cadet’s code of silence, he enlists one of their own to help unravel the case- a young man the world would come to know as Edgar Allan Poe.

The Pale Blue Eye trailer dates back to the 1830’s grey winter morning in the West Point Academy. A young cadet is brutally killed, and his heart is skill-fully carved from his chest. Fearing the worst, the military camp leader forwards the case to a former police officer Augustus Landor to find the culprit.

While the video plays out, it explains what kind of perplexing investigator Augustus Landor, Christian Bale, is. With an observant expression, he calls for an honest confession from the suspects. After emphasizing cade’s fearful silence, he enlists Edgar Allan Poe, one of the famous poets of his time to help him in the case. And it’s actor Harry Melling who plays Edgar Allan Poe in The Pale Blue Eye.

Continuing the investigation, Augustus Landor reveals his secret to Edgar Allan Poe, indicating that the suspect will soon unmask himself. In a scenario, while Landor walks to the West Point Academy, he murmurs – What type of fella could do this?

The tragedy becomes savagery when another cadet goes missing. To get at the roots of the case, Augustus asks Edgan- Poe; I need you to infiltrate the cadets. Where are the facts? Where the simple facts. The truth. He adds further in their conversation.

The ending scene of The Pale Blue Eye trailer takes Augustus to a dark room while his voice narrates We are closer. It’s just a matter of time. This line of Landor sets the tone for something worse to happen ahead.

The young cadet’ cold murder case reels too many dark twists, occult powers, bloodshed, and immortality associated with the West Point Academy. So, what do you think? With not even a single lead to follow, will Augustus Landor be able to find the culprit, or will he give up the case?

Where To Watch The Pale Blue Eye? 

The Pale Blue Eye Trailer

Christian Bale starrer The Pale Blue Eye release date sets for 23rd December 2022 in selected theatres. Thereby, it streams on Netflix on 6th January 2023.

Besides Christian Bale, the supporting cast of The Pale Blue Eye features Christian Bale, Harry Melling, Gillian Anderson, Toby Jones, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Timothy Spall, Harry Lawtey, Simon McBurney, Hadley Robinson, Robert Duvall, Charlie Tahan, Steven Maier, Matt Heim, Fred Hechinger, Gideon Glick, Brennan, and Keel Cook.

So, are you pursuing this mystery crime horror film? Are you excited to watch Christian Bale as the veteran investigator? Share your thoughts in the comments below

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