Studio Universal Pictures published the first teaser Five Nights at Freddy’s adaptation of the hit horror series. Ten years ago, I heard my classmates chattering about game ghosts, purple people, and dismembered heads stuck in animatronics. We’re now old enough to buy R-rated movie tickets, and Hollywood is poised to cash in on teenage nostalgia — basically the movie industry’s version of mini-maxing. Check out the first teaser here:

Our first look at Freddy’s Fazbear Pizzeria is an idyllic advertisement, but soon it all comes to nothing. Josh Hutcherson ( pita from The Hunger Games) shows up as the restaurant’s newest security guard, and his night shift goes horribly wrong. We also get a sneak peek at the show’s creepy animatronic mascots — Freddy Fazbear, Bonnie the bunny, Chika the chicken, and Foxy the pirate fox — and Scream’s most adorable villain, Matthew Lillard.

Studio Warner Bros. Pictures was originally involved with the film back in 2015, when Gil Kenan was set to direct the adaptation. Two years later, Blumhouse Pictures (who are also starting to publish games) took on the project, then brought on Chris Columbus (of Home Alone fame) to direct. Problems with the script again delayed production, and now director Emma Tammy has finally taken over Columbus. However, this uneven production probably worked in the film’s favor, as FNAF fan children are now money-making workers.

The script for the film was written by the creator of the series, Scott Cawthorne. Especially Cyrillic retired a couple of years ago after fans discovered he had donated large sums of money to controversial anti-LGBT politicians.

Fight Nights At Freddy’s hits theaters just in time for Halloween: October 27th. Five people who subscribe to the Peacock streaming service can watch a movie on the same day because it’s a simultaneous rental.

Otherwise, check legally excellent adaptation of Five Nights At Freddy’s starring the one and only Nic Cage.