Netflix's New Horror Movie Looks Freaky As Hell

Netflix's New Horror Movie Looks Freaky As Hell
By Gary Connaughton

The horror genre hasn't produced many hits in recent years.

While the Jordan Peele movies Get Out and Us and have put a somewhat different spin on what you have come to expect from scary movies, there have been few 'traditional' horrors that have found much success over the last number of years.

Most of the movies we have seen have come as part of overstretched franchises, with studios seemingly hesitant to invest in new titles. However, this new Netflix release looks promising.

Based on an acclaimed novel by Elizabeth Brundage, Things Heard & Seen tells the story of a young married couple who move to a new home picked in a small community out by the husband. It soon becomes apparent that he has not been honest about the house's past.

Starring Amanda Seyfried (Mamma Mia & Les Miserables) and James Norton (Happy Valley & Mr Jones), it looks like it could make for some compelling viewing.

It will be released on Netflix on April 29th and you can watch the trailer in full below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCAaonjgDEA

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Netflix describes the movie as:

A Manhattan couple moves to a historic hamlet in the Hudson Valley and come to discover that their marriage has a sinister darkness, one that rivals their new home’s history.

The book on which this movie was based (All Things Cease to Appear) was a smash hit after its released in 2016, meaning we know this release will be working with some strong source material.

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We're looking forward to seeing what it has to offer.

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