Watch Hugh Grant terrorize LDS missionaries in trailer for new horror movie

“Heretic” is scheduled to be released nationwide Nov. 15.

An upcoming horror movie is pitting two missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints against — of all people — Hugh Grant.

A trailer for “Heretic,” billed by the distributor A24 as “a spine-chilling psychological horror,” was released online Tuesday. The movie is scheduled to open nationwide on Nov. 15.

Here’s the studio’s synopsis for the film: “Two young missionaries are forced to prove their faith when they knock on the wrong door and are greeted by a diabolical Mr. Reed (Hugh Grant), becoming ensnared in his deadly game of cat-and-mouse.”

The trailer doesn’t mention the Salt Lake City-based faith by name, but the familiar trappings of missionary work — the black plastic name tags, the bicycles, the demure skirts — are evident.

The female (”sister”) missionaries are played by Sophie Thatcher (“Yellowjackets,” “The Boogeyman”) and Chloe East (“The Fabelmans”).

The movie is written and directed by the filmmaking team of Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, who co-wrote “A Quiet Place” and “The Boogeyman.” According to the Internet Movie Database, the movie was filmed in British Columbia.