Chloe Moretz Creeps Us Out in 'Carrie'--Watch the Clip!

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Carrie looks seriously creepy. Take a peek at the featurette for the thriller flick, in which Chloe Moretz and Julianne Moore give their take on the remake of the 1976 Stephen King classic thriller. Carrie looks seriously creepy.

Chloe Moretz and Julianne Moore star in the remake of the 1976 Stephen King classic thriller, which centers on an outcast teenage girl named Carrie (Moretz) who suffers abuse at the hands of her mother (Moore) and is also bullied at school.

The plot thickens when Carrie discovers she has telekinetic powers.

"It's psychologically mind-blowing in the sense that you're not just being terrified. It messes with your mind," Chloe said in the featurette for the film. "It makes you feel like Carrie. That is what's so terrifying about it."

Julianne called the relationship between Carrie and her mother "very extreme," adding, "It's a story about being a loner, an outcast, and then being given power."

The film is particularly relevant today, given the large amount of stories related to bullying that pop up in the headlines.

Chronicle also touched on the subject similarly when it premiered last year.

Josh Trank's science fiction film, starring Michael B. Jordan, Alex Russell and Dane DHaan, centered on three high-school seniors, one of them bullied, who pick up telekinetic abilities from an unknown object.

Carrie is set to hit theaters Oct. 18.

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