Boy doll named Brahms
One of the most disturbing and successful mainstream horror movies in recent years is about a life-sized porcelain doll for whom a nanny was hired to care for as if it were a real child. When the nanny failed to follow the rules, she had to deal with real live terror and find out the doll’s name: Brahms.
THE BOY 2
This year, “Brahms: The Boy 2” is going to be “as satisfying as the first movie,” said lead actor Katie Holmes.
In the sequel, Katie plays Liza, a loving and protective mother. She and her husband Sean (Owain Yeoman) along with their son Jude (Christopher Convery) move to Heelshire Mansion unaware of its terrifying history.
Jude unearths Brahms and makes it his constant companion. Just like in the first movie, Brahms the doll comes with a set of rules. No. 10 in the list reads, “Jude has to be with Brahms always and forever.”
Alarmed by her son’s strange behavior since owning the doll, Liza does her research, leading her to some information about grisly murders of a prominent family back in 1894.
From there, “Brahms: The Boy 2” focuses on interesting stuff in the creepy world of the porcelain doll.
From Viva International Pictures and MVP Entertainment, “Brahms: The Boy 2” opens in cinemas on Feb. 19.