By Clark Collis
Updated April 25, 2012 at 08:39 PM EDT

From the multi-murder horror of Kill List to the multi-legged terror of the Human Centipede movies, there is no doubt IFC Midnight has brought us some of the most deranged and unforgettable big-screen delights over the past couple of years. The genre label looks to continue that run with the forthcoming psychological thriller Entrance, the tale of a young woman in Los Angeles (Suziey Block) whose life becomes a waking nightmare.

We don’t at present know much more about the film, which is simultaneously being released to cinemas, digital outlets, and on VOD May 18. But judging by the ominous, slow-burn trailer, which you can see exclusively below, it’s a fair bet this movie from co-directors Dallas Richard Hallam and Patrick Horvath is indeed more Kill List than Bucket List.

Check it out and tell us what you think.

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