Rotted ghosts inhabit new trailer for Netflix's spooky haunted house feature

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Oct 25, 2016

I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House could be one of the longest film titles in horror history, but there's no denying this supernatural offering from Netflix has some serious scares up its sleeve.  Starring Ruth Wilson as a young nurse caring for a demented elderly horror writer in a drafty old mansion, it seems that disagreeable spirits are among them and are tormenting the living that reside in their domain.  The haunting trailer evokes an uncluttered indie sensibility and old-fashioned ghost story flair that Netflix believes makes for a chilling good time for Halloween season. With the company making a huge commitment for more original programming by incurring loads more debt to acquire material, this little horror gem could shock and surprise their bottom line by attracting spookshow lovers and horror hounds galore. Directed by The Blackcoat's Daughter's Osgood Perkins, son of Psycho's Anthony Perkins, the fright flick also stars Paula Prentiss, Lucy Boynton and Bob Balaban.

Check out the stained place of a rotted ghost in this bone-rattling new trailer for I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House and tell us if you'll tune in when it apparates onto Netflix on Oct. 28.

(Via Geek Tyrant)

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