haunting of hill house season 2 turn of the screw

Netflix wants to stay in the Mike Flanagan business, so they’ve decided to forge ahead with The Haunting of Hill House season 2. Rather than a traditional second season, though, the show is now being turned into an anthology series called The Haunting. The new season will feature a new tale of terror, and new characters. The Haunting teaser below invites you to try to guess just where this is taking place (hint: it involves a Henry James novel).

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Haunting of Hill House ending fan theory

Some people love coming up with fan theories after they take in a particular type of entertainment, but here’s one fan theory everyone is going to have to let go. Mike Flanagan, director of Netflix’s fantastic The Haunting of Hill House, is officially putting to bed a popular fan theory about the show’s ending. Read about the Haunting of Hill House ending fan theory below, and of course, beware of spoilers.

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The Haunting of Big Momma's House

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, some lucky fans partake in a Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald screening event at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Plus, real architecture experts weigh on in iconic and memorable buildings from movies, and trailer mash-up of The Haunting on Hill House gives Martin Lawrence a big scare in The Haunting of Big Momma’s House. Read More »

/Filmcast Ep. 492 – Suspiria

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David, Devindra, Lindsey, and Britt talk about Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and The Haunting of Hill House. David gets more “screenlife” with Unfriended: Dark Web. The cast (sans David) stay on to discuss Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria, a rebirth of Dario Argento’s 1977 Italian horror. Stay tuned for the after dark on AMC Stubs A-List’s recent price hike.

Read Britt Hayes’s writing on the theme of inherited trauma in this year’s horror films, as well as her psychoanalysis of Guadagnino and his connection with the original cult classic.

Be sure to check out David’s new podcast, Write Along.

You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(AT)gmail(DOT)com, or call and leave a voicemail at 781-583-1993. Also, follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook.

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haunting of hill house long take episode

The most-talked-about episode of The Haunting of Hill House is episode 6, “Two Storms.” Director Mike Flanagan shot the episode to look as if it was done in series of lengthy takes, and the result is stunning. In a series of recent tweets, Flanagan broke down the complicated methods he employed to create one of the year’s most memorable hours of television. Read Flanagan’s explanation of the Haunting of Hill House long take episode below.

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Haunting of Hill House Hidden Ghosts

Mike Flanagan‘s wonderful Netflix series The Haunting of Hill House has plenty of ghosts front-and-center. But there are even more specters hidden in the background. Flanagan has confirmed that there are hidden ghosts in almost every single episode of the series, and now, a video put together by IMDb has managed to spot 43 of them. You could say these hiding ghosts were…busted. (I’m sorry). Watch the Haunting of Hill House hidden ghosts video below. If you have yet to see the show yet, beware of possible spoilers.

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haunting of hill house alternate ending

Netflix’s The Haunting of Hill House scared up good reviews and positive buzz, but an alternate ending director Mike Flanagan had in mind might have changed the way the show was received. The horror series ends on a surprisingly positive note (especially when compared to the bleak ending of Shirley Jackson’s source material), but at one point, the series would’ve concluded in a scary, and downright depressing way. Learn about the Haunting of Hill House alternate ending below…if you dare. Spoilers follow.

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Private Life Review

David, Jeff, Devindra feast on Netflix content and cover the violence of Apostle, the fear of House on the Hill, and the awkwardness of Big Mouth.  Jeff gets a sneak peek at Steve McQueen’s new film Widows.

Be sure to check out Katie Hasty’s interview with David Lowery, Mike Ryan’s review of The Old Man & the Gun, and S. I. Rosenbaum’s interview with Tamara Jenkins on Private Life.

You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(AT)gmail(DOT)com, or call and leave a voicemail at 781-583-1993. Also, follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook.

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haunting of hill house season 2

Mike Flanagan‘s Netflix series The Haunting of Hill House is a hit with critics and audiences alike, but it’s also very much a self-contained story. It’s not your traditional TV show – it’s more like a miniseries, telling a complete story in one season of television. With this in mind, a second season focusing on the same main characters – the Crain Family – could undo the work of the first season. Mike Flanagan understands this, which is why he confirmed that should The Haunting of Hill House season 2 happen, it will focus on completely different characters.

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haunting of hill house episode 6

Almost everyone seems to love Netflix’s spooky series The Haunting of Hill House, and rightfully so. There’s a lot to praise, from Mike Flanagan‘s skilled direction, to the great performances from an impressive cast. And there’s one episode in particular that viewers can’t stop talking about: episode 6, “Two Storms.” The episode packs an emotional punch, but more than that, it’s something of a technical marvel, with much of it assembled to look like one continuous, traveling shot. Below, a featurette reveals how The Haunting of Hill House episode 6 was put together.

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