In an Airbnb Nightmare, Bill Skarsgard and Georgina Campbell are shown in the 'Barbarian' trailer

In an Airbnb Nightmare, Bill Skarsgard and Georgina Campbell are shown in the 'Barbarian' trailer ...

The official trailer for Barbarian, which stars Georgina Campbell (Black Mirror), Bill Skarsgard (It), Justin Long (Tusk), Matthew Patrick Davis (Dwight in Shining Armor), Richard Brake (3 From Hell, Kurt Braunohler (The Big Sick), and Jaymes Butler have just been released. A chilling, blood-red poster for the film has just been released, revealing a basement door to unknown surprises.

Tess (Campbell) returns to her suburban Airbnb after ringing the doorbell, informing the young woman that he is currently renting the home a month earlier. This is until Campbell is awake to strange footsteps and no trace of Keith.

Tess soon decides to go explore the basement of the property, and she discovers a strange back door that can only be opened with a rope. As the trailer approaches, Tess discovers people trapped in an underground prison-of-art in the basement. An eerie voice-over begins towards the end of the trailer, with a robotic female voice saying "this process may seem overwhelming."

Zach Cregger is a comedian, actor, and producer of the popular comedy The Whitest Kids U'' Know. As producers, Arnon Milchan, Roy Lee, Raphael Margules, and J.D. Lifshitz are all on board, while Skarsgard is also an executive producer on the back of roles.

Barbarian is scheduled to be released theatrically on August 31. Check out the official trailer and poster below.

This is the official Barbarian synopsis.

A young lady who goes to Detroit for a job interview books a rental home. However, when she arrives late at night, she discovers that the house is double booked, and a strange man is already staying there. Against her better judgment, she decides to spend the evening, but soon discovers that there is a lot to worry about than simply an unexpected house guest.

A young woman who travels to Detroit for a job interview writes a rental house. But when she arrives late at night, she discovers that the house is double booked, and that a strange person is already staying there. Against her better judgment, she decides to spend the night alone, but soon discovers that there''s something to fear, not just an unexpected house guest.