First trailer for American Horror Story star Orla Brady's new movie

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Photo credit: Signature Entertainment
Photo credit: Signature Entertainment

American Horror Story: 1984 actress Orla Brady has a new movie coming out next month, titled Black Medicine.

In the first trailer (above), we get our first glimpse at the action, which pits a black-market medic against her criminal employers.

It also features Stranger Things season 4 newcomer Amybeth McNulty, whose other credits include Anne with an E and sci-fi thriller Morgan.

Photo credit: Signature Entertainment
Photo credit: Signature Entertainment

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Written and directed by Colum Eastwood, Black Medicine's synopsis reads: "Jo is a black-market medic who carries out illegal operations for the criminal underworld.

"When she gives refuge to a young girl, she must choose between breaking her medical oath or crossing her ruthless employers."

Brady, who is also known for her role as Laris in Star Trek: Picard, stars alongside Derry Girls' Beccy Henderson and Lead Balloon's Antonia Campbell-Hughes in the film, which will be released on July 12.

Photo credit: Signature Entertainment
Photo credit: Signature Entertainment

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Going back to Stranger Things, Chief Jim Hopper's David Harbour recently admitted that the fourth edition of Netflix's hit is his "favourite" one yet.

"We're introducing new stuff, but we're also tightening and wrapping up in a certain direction to make it have a clear, clean, specific, and definite ending at some point, which I can't really talk about," he teased.

"[Season 4] is really my favourite season. I just love it. Like, I feel it's a big, beautiful season. I can't wait for people to see it."

Black Medicine hits digital platforms on July 12.

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