BlumHouse Unveils 3 Horror, Thriller on Netflix

BlumHouse Productions has served moviegoers low budget Horror and Thrillers over the past decade. Company founder and CEO Jason Blum earned high profit success by delivering cheap frights. Films such as “Paranormal Activity”, “Sinister” and “Insidious” became modern inductees in horror cinema. With the Theatrical, and DVD-BluRay markets dominated it makes sense to target streaming platforms. Now BlumHouse Productions is setting its aim at Netflix as a distribution medium.

BlumHouse released three films and all currently available on the streaming service giant. The films are “The Veil”, “Visions” and “Curve”. Each feature a cast of notable Hollywood talent. It’ll be interesting to know what creative direction each of these films have to offer. Interested in watching the latest releases from Blumhouse? A lazy Sunday afternoon can offer the perfect setting to binge watch!

If you’ve seen any of these films listed below please share your thoughts. Use the fields below to forward your comments.

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Title: “The Veil”

Director: Phil Joanou

Writer: Robert Ben Garant

Cast: Jessica Alba, Thomas Jane, Lily Rabe, Shannon Woodward, Reid Scott


Thirty years after members of a religious cult committed mass suicide, the lone survivor returns to the scene of the tragedy with a documentary crew in tow.

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Title: “Visions”

Director: Kevin Greutert

Writer: L.D. Goffigan, Lucas Sussman

Cast: Isla Fisher, Anson Mount, Gillian Jacobs, Joanna Cassidy, Eva Longoria


After moving to a vineyard to start a new life with her husband, a pregnant woman begins to experience terrifying visions.

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Director: Iain Softley

Writer: Kimberly Lofstrom Johnson,  Lee Patterson

Cast: Julianne Hough, Teddy Sears, Penelope Mitchell, Madalyn Horcher, Drew Rausch


A young woman becomes trapped in her car after a hitchhiker causes her to have an automobile accident.

Source: Netflix


  1. I watched some of Curve but the guy started to annoy me so I stopped. …lol. …probably the whole point. I’ll give it another shot and check out the other two.


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