Double bill of supernatural horrors directed by William Brent Bell. In 'The Boy' (2016) American nanny Greta (Lauren Cohan) takes a job caring for an eight-year-old boy in a rural village in England. It transpires that the boy Brahms is a life-size doll who is cared for as if living and used as a coping mechanism by grieving parents who lost their son. Failing to see anything strange about this, the elderly parents, Mr and Mrs Heelshire (Jim Norton and Diana Hardcastle), leave Greta with an extensive list of rules about caring for the doll. When Greta fails to follow these rules, unexplainable incidents lead her to think that the doll may really be alive. In 'Brahms - The Boy II' (2020), after their London home is targeted in a violent robbery, Liza and Sean (Katie Holmes and Owain Yeoman) decide to leave the city and take their traumatised young son Jude (Christopher Convery) to recuperate at a guest house in the grounds of Heelshire Mansion. The couple are hopeful Jude's condition will improve when he forms a strong bond with a broken doll he finds buried in the nearby woods. However, Brahms, the doll, begins exerting a sinister level of control over Jude. Fearing for their son's safety, Liza and Sean seek answers but are horrified to discover the gruesome history of Brahms and Heelshire Mansion.