When you make a lot of movies, you’re bound to end up with some that don’t end up in theaters.
Three of Blumhouse’s big-name titles have instead appeared this morning on Netflix’s streaming service. This is similar to when Mockingbird and The Town That Dreaded Sundown quietly dropped onto Netflix in October of 2014.
So, which three horror titles can you stream today?
Curve comes from Skeleton Key‘s Iain Softley, and stars Julianne Hough as a young bride-to-be trying to shake a sadistic hitchhiker who drives her truck off the road and ends up in a harrowing fight for survival. Teddy Sears, Penelope Mitchell, and Madalyn Horcher also star.
Visions (watch the trailer) comes from Saw 6 director Kevin Greutert and stars Isla Fisher, Jim Parsons, Anson Mount, and Eva Longoria. In it, “After moving to a vineyard, a pregnant woman is plagued by chilling hallucinations and sets out to uncover the truth about the property’s dark past.”
The Veil just had its trailer dropped along with a huge batch of images.
Directed by Phil Joanou, The Veil stars Jessica Alba (Idle Hands, Sin City, The Eye), Thomas Jane (Punisher, The Mist), Meegan Warner and Lily Rabe (“American Horror Story”) in a horror pic about the lone survivor of a cult’s mass suicide who returns to the scene with a documentary film crew 30 years later.
“The film centers around a charismatic cult leader (Thomas Jane) who, back in the 1980’s led his followers to the largest mass suicide in United States history. Only one little girl survived and we discover her 25 years later (Lily Rabe) as she journeys back to the Heaven’s Veil Compound with a director (Jessica Alba) and her rag-tag documentary crew (Reid Scott, Shannon Woodward et al) in an attempt to find answers as to what really happened that fateful day. Supernatural mysteries are revealed, and lives are changed forever as we discover that things truly are not what they appear to be at The Veil…”
Here’s the trailer.