I made the mistake of eating lunch while watching the new trailer for The Void, so know you fellow readers have to suffer just like I did. The latest project from Screen Media Films revives the grim and disgusting themes of the '80s horror movies we loved to watch growing up.

The Void draws from classic John Carpenter films like Assault on Precinct 13 and The Thing, where a small town police officer Daniel Carter (Aaron Poole) rushes a bloodied man to the nearest hospital. Little did he know, the staff and patients are being taken over by devilish forces that they can't control. As Carter tries to save the the survivors, he runs into some gross beings in the depths of the hospital.

Along with Poole, the cast includes Kathleen Munroe, Ellen Wong, Kenneth Welsh, Evan Stern, Daniel Fathers and Grace Munro. The Void is directed by Astron-6 production members Jeremy Gillespie and Steven Kostanski. Look out for the movie's U.S. premiere on April 7.

Before then, watch Elizabeth Reaser tell Fuse why filming Ouija: Origin of Evil was "psychologically terrifying".