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Clive Barker’s series of short stories gathered in the Books of Blood collections have served as inspirations for several movies:  The Midnight Meat TrainRawhead RexQuicksilver HighwayLord of IllusionsDread, and, the best of the bunch, Candyman. There was also another movie called Book of Blood released in 2018. Now Hulu is getting in on the action with their own Books of Blood movie. The streaming service was originally planning a Books of Blood TV series, but it looks like they opted to go with a movie instead.

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books of blood trailer

Clive Barker’s Books of Blood has inspired a few films already, and now Hulu is giving it a go with their own Books of Blood movie. If you’re hoping to see a bunch of the tales from Barker’s books present in this film, well…you shouldn’t. Instead, Books of Blood uses the framing device Barker used and then spirals off into its own original tales of terror. Watch the Books of Blood trailer below.

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books of blood

Clive Barker‘s Books of Blood, a six-volume series of short horror stories that helped turn Barker into one of the most famous names in horror fiction, is now a Hulu movie – and it’s coming very soon. Hulu will debut Books of Blood in October, just in time for your Halloween season viewing. It’s unclear which of Barker’s stories will be adapted for the Hulu film, but there are plenty to choose from (including a few that have already been turned into movies, like Rawhead Rex and The Midnight Meat Train). At one point, Hulu was developing the book as a TV series, but they’ve decided to go the film route instead.

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books of blood movie

Horror anthologies are all the rage on TV right now, so it’s curious that longtime Star Trek producer Brannon Braga is choosing to go in the opposite direction with Books of Blood – turning Clive Barker‘s horror anthology series into a feature film. But that is what is happening with Braga’s directorial debut, a Books of Blood movie adaptation coming to Hulu starring Anna Friel as a “brilliant, beautiful psychologist” who strikes up a connection with a self-described “ghost whisperer” (Rafi Gavron) after she loses her son to leukemia.

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