British stop-motion anthology The House lands on Netflix

British stop-motion anthology

The House

lands on Netflix

by Ellis Reed

Produced for Netflix by Nexus Studios in London, The House is a three-part stop motion anthology, featuring a trio of creepy stories about the same house.

It’s highly likely to appeal to horror fans; Slash Film describe it as ‘utterly enchanting, frequently disturbing… like a series of stories trapped in some dusty picture book tucked away on a shelf in a haunted mansion, waiting to be pulled down and read by a crackling fire… creepy, strange, and, in the end, altogether lovely.’

The House is written by London-based Irish playwright Enda Walsh and boasts an impressive cast of British actors, including Helena Bonham Carter, Mark Heap, Miranda Richardson, and (slightly more surprisingly!) Jarvis Cocker and Dizzee Rascal. The individual stories are directed by Emma de Swaef and Marc James Roels, Niki Lindroth von Bahr, and Paloma Baeza. Watch the trailer below, or just make a beeline for the show on Netflix.

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Ellis Reed is the News Editor for Horrified. He also wrote some ghost stories during lockdown, which you can read for free on his blog.

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