Supernatural” wants to hype you up for Season 13, and they’re doing so with a bone-chilling promo the likes of which hasn’t been seen since, circa 2005.

From the obligatory creepy child to masks that would make a plague doctor run in fright, the SPN editors behind “Shaving People, Punting Things” have scared up a few horror hallmarks in the wake of “It.” With Mary (Samantha Smith) and Lucifer (Mark Pellegrino) trapped in Apocalypse-World, Castiel (Misha Collins) removed from the picture (for now), and Jack (Alexander Calvert) proving to be more than the little bundle of Nephilim joy Kelly expected, perhaps the Winchesters will welcome a dose of Halloween distraction.

‘Supernatural’ and ‘Lucky Number’

A Spoonerism of the series’ infamous “Saving People, Hunting Things,” the editor-run Vimeo channel is known for two things – creative titles and the ability to produce promos of a different ilk than the standard studio fare. While The WB and The CW have our focus trained on the main arcs, “Shaving People, Punting Things” put the major concerns (mostly) aside.

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Instead of Lucifer and Mary’s AU adventures, we have Jody (Kim Rhodes) taking a knife to the gut. Rather than a bereft Dean (Jensen Ackles) kneeling over Castiel’s prone body, we have him plotting Jack’s tentative demise. As for the spawn of Satan himself…well…he’s still a wild card.

As an unwanted bonus, the image of Dean going all “Poltergeist” on his own face is permanently burned into our retinas. It took them ten seasons, but they finally found a way to beat a hellhound hallucination.

Next time on ‘Supernatural’

Following the heart-wrenching events of “All Along the Watchtower,” “Lost and Found” will pick up mere moments after Castiel’s death.

Unable to change the past, the elder Winchester will turn his attention to the future – Jack’s future to be specific.

“We pick up right where we left off and, essentially, Dean’s lost everybody aside from his brother,” Ackles told Hypable. “He doesn’t really know how to respond to that or emotionally process what just happened.

What he can do is he can go shoot someone in the face. So that’s what he tries to go do.”

Calvert’s fans shouldn’t get their knickers in a twist quite yet. Nephilim’s don’t die easy, and the Jack issue won’t be resolved anytime soon. In fact, Sam and Dean will find themselves defending him against a flood of foes in Episode 2, “The Rising Son.” By time Episode 3 rolls around (“Patience”), the youngster will find himself honing his powers under Sam’s (Jared Padalecki) tutelage. Hit up your nearest bookie for the odds on Jack’s future betrayal.

Find out more when “Supernatural” returns to The CW on Oct. 12 at 8 PM ET.