Earlier this year, ingénue Jennifer Lawrence was launched onto the world stage in the record-breaking blockbuster The Hunger Games, where she dazzled critics and mesmerized audiences as the self-possessed teen archer Katniss Everdeen. Soon she'll begin production on its hotly anticipated sequel The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, but for those who can't wait till 2013 to see Lawrence play a girl fighting for her life, Relativity Media in conjunction with Rogue Pictures offers House at the End of the Street, a horror thriller with Lawrence in the lead.

Written by U-571 scribe Jonathan Mostow and helmed by Hush writer-director Mark Tonderai, House at the End of the Street is a tale of boy meets girl next door with a sickening twist. Lawrence plays Elissa, a teen who moves to a new town with her newly divorced mother, played by Elisabeth Shue who proved a kick-ass horror heroine in 2010's Piranha. Elissa's expected loneliness in these unfamiliar surrounds is soothed when she meets her seemingly sweet but haunted neighbor Ryan. Played by Chloe's Max Thieriot, he's a figure of local scorn and gossip as he lives alone in the house where his sister is said to have murdered their parents before disappearing off into the local woods. Despite her mother's warnings, Elissa can't help but be drawn to Ryan's sob story and puppy dog eyes, but she soon discovers that entering his home brings her dangerously close to the skeletons in his closet.

Check out the latest trailer below, courtesy of Yahoo:

House at the End of the Street hits theaters September 21st, and you can go here for much more about it.

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