Adam Scott realises he is the devil's stepdad in Netflix's 'Little Evil'

Adam Scott realises he is the devil's stepdad in Netflix's 'Little Evil'

Adam Scott realises he is the devil's stepdad in Netflix's 'Little Evil'

The streaming network also unveiled a new poster featuring Adam Scott (Big Little Lies), Evangeline Lilly (Ant-Man), and newcomer Owen Atlas. "Evil" is back with a brand new horror comedy!

Like most step parents, he has trouble bonding with Lucas. Starring Adam Scott (Parks and Recreation) as Gary and Evangeline Lilly (Lost) as Samantha, Little Evil follows poor Gary as he discovers that he's now the stepfather of the six-year-old Antichrist. And really, her story about giving birth while she was part of a demonic cult doesn't help matters.

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Video: Writer-director Eli Craig made the horror comedy Tucker and Dale vs. Evil - about a pair of good ol' boys who get mistaken for backwoods maniacs and hilariously upend the "cabin in the woods" genre in the process.

The trailer is jam-packed with horror tropes taking a jibe at the 1982 film Poltergeist with some ominous TV static, as well as poking-fun at horror's fascination with creepy cornfields.

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Little Evil arrives on Netflix September 1.

While it remains to be seen if fans will latch on to "Little Evil" with the same frantic enthusiasm, the trailer offers enough interesting peaking tidbits to make it worth at least checking out.

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