Amazon Announces “Welcome To Blumhouse” The First Four Of Eight Films From Blumhouse

August 16, 2020

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Blumhouse has been busy! Amazon announced Thursday that they release “Welcome to the Blumhouse,”  a collection of eight (yes, eight) horror films all produced by the genre powerhouse along with Amazon Studios.

The first batch of four films is set to premiere this October followed by the other four debuting in 2021.

The poster for the first collection looks like a dollhouse filled with people and features the name of the first four films, Nocturne, Black Box, Evil Eye, and The Lie.

Writer-director Zu Quirke makes her directorial debut with Nocturne, set inside an art academy where a music student begins to outshine her twin sister after discovering a mysterious notebook.  Sydney Sweeny (Euphoria)  and Madison Iseman (Annabelle Comes Home) star.

In Black Box, directed by Emmanuel Osei-Kuffour Jr., who co-wrote the film with Stephen Herman,  a single father loses both his wife and his memory in a can accident. After undergoing an experimental procedure he begins to question who he really is.

Evil Eye is based on playwright Madhuri Shekar and centers on a seemingly perfect romance that turns into a nightmare. Elan Dassani and Rajeev Dassani directed.

The Killing‘s Veena Sud directs The Lie, a tale that follows two parents attempt to cover up a murder their daughter has confessed to.

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