There's a cool new trailer—and poster—out for Laika studio's upcoming stop-motion animation film ParaNorman. And it looks as deliciously funny, cute and creepy as its predecessor, Coraline.
ParaNorman tells the story of a misunderstood young boy named Norman, voiced by Let Me In's Kodi Smit-McPhee.
Norman is able to speak with the dead à la Sixth Sense and The Frighteners, you see, so when the town gets besieged by some frightfully pesky zombies, ghosts and witches (on top of those stoopid grown-ups), the young boy has to step up to save his town from a centuries-old curse.
We have to admit that based on the new trailer, the movie looks freakin' amazing to us, and we can't wait to see it.