The Haunting of the Hill House is an American horror web series exclusively on Netflix that created records as the show was the massive blockbuster. It is directed by Mike Flanagan and created by him as well based on the novel with the same name. Season 1 released on Netflix consisting of 10 episodes on October 12, 2018. This is a widely watched supernatural web series and is one of Netflix’s top 10.
Facts About The Haunting of the Hill House:
- They are ghosts hidden everywhere.
During the entire screenplay of the series, a number of ghosts can be seen in and around the background of the scenes of the movies. This definitely gives an eerie feeling to the viewers. These hidden ghosts are not very easily looked upon until the viewer watches the show with an eagle eye.
2. Luke’s E.T lunchbox has an inside story
The episode consists of a scene of young Luke drawing in his treehouse with a lunchbox beside him having the E.T credentials on it. This is in order to pay tribute to the Hugh Crain star of Hill House played by Henry Thomas known best for his role as Elliot in E.T
3. The storyline had to end in a much darker way than it did in season’s closure
Well, like every other horror show or a movie, a happy ending is not a thing. And so for this series, The Haunting of the Hill House, there wasn’t a happy ending as well, unlike the way the season wrapped up on a happy note. The story had to end with the Crain family stuck in a red room, however, the show makers didn’t want the Crain family to have a tough time now so they planned an altogether with a different ending on a happier note.
4. Throughout filming, the cast was disturbed because of the storyline
The cast themselves were frightened and has scary feels while filming the entire series. The actor Oliver Jackson in his interview talked about the cast of the series often getting spooked because of the scary plot of the show. Though they believe ghosts and haunting aren’t real, the whole experience of filming this horror show was a scary experience for the crew.
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