The Haunting of Hill House | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix

The Haunting of Hill House | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix

On October 12th, you’re expected. The Haunting of Hill House is a modern reimagining of the iconic novel, about 5 siblings who grew up in the most famous haunted house in America.

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86 Responses

  1. Nirat Anop says:

    Stunning trailer. Whoever cut this together did a fantastic job. Loved the music arrangement and the emotional hook of this looked good. Not to mention strong production values. Very excited to see this. Also, what a great cast! 🙂

  2. Fincher, Wright says:

    Mike Flanagan directing=gon’ be good

  3. Omari Coop says:

    I’m ready to take the ride at Netflix theme park

  4. Matthew Nerber says:

    Our house… is a very very very fine house

  5. Ms FUNNY says:

    oooooooo looks creepy.. i love creepy!! X

  6. TheParksFamily says:

    Scary movies used to be my favorite, till they stopped being scary … But this looks intense .

  7. DJ Pyro Teknikz says:

    The cinematography in this looks awesome; can’t wait for Season 1 of this. =)

  8. Dustin Maki says:

    They had me with Carla Gugino.

  9. everything else says:

    … and here is the new hit series after stranger things and all… jackpot for Netflix fans. ,🍻🍻🍻

  10. Ajmeer says:

    Hey Netflix.. Please wait.. Lots of content pending in `My List` 😛

  11. John R. Carter aka Bossman says:

    This looks great. Mike Flanagan is one of the best new horror directors right now. Hush was great and he made Gerald’s Game amazing a book most thought couldn’t be made and he did and amazing job. Also another Netflix original Before I Wake, and Oculus also done by Mike. He knows how to make a good thriller/horror movie.

  12. fg says:

    Looks nothing like the novel, but I’ll give it a chance.

  13. My Music Hurts Your Ears says:

    *Netflix and Chills🤣*
    *I see anything Horror related, I simply click.*

  14. Sebastian Joseph says:

    This is from the same guy that made Gerald’s Game. The moonlight man in that gave me all kinds of psychological scares.

  15. Ben1234 M says:

    Comes out on my birthday!!!! Can’t wait to watch it! Netflix tv shows and movies get better and better!!!

  16. eml says:

    People in horror movies must be unaware of the simple practice of moving to other houses

  17. Simon Barger says:

    This halloween is a great time for us horror fans.

    We have Venom (which isn’t straight-forward horror, more horror-adjacent), Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween, Bad Times At The El Royale (horror-adjacent), Halloween, Suspiria, Apostle on Netflix Oct 12th, Malevolent on Netflix Oct 5th, we have Hell Fest opening Sep 28th.

    Then TV-wise we have new seasons of TWD (which is a horror show), Z Nation, AHS: Apocalypse airing all through the month of october, The Purge airing all through the month of October. We also have the first episode of
    Blumhouse/Hulu’s Into the Dark airing Oct 5th:
    Haunting of Hill House Oct 12th on Netflix:
    Light As A Feather (Hulu) Oct 12th:
    Lore: Season 2 (Amazon) Oct 19th
    Haunted (Netflix) Oct 19th
    Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (Netflix) Oct 26th
    Channel Zero: The Dream Door (SyFy) which airs it’s first episode Oct 26th then after it airs the entire season will be available VOD.

  18. Wayne Martin says:

    The boy with the glasses is my grandson. Can’t wait to see this series. I know he and his mother worked hard during the filming.

  19. Bertelsjan says:

    Looks interesting… But why are they calling it The Haunting Of Hill House? This – at least judging from the trailer – has absolute nothing to do with the novel…

    • Bertelsjan says:

      +Celebrity Strudel That might all be true. But so far the only similarity is the haunted house. Part of the charme of the novel (and the first movie adaption) is it’s subtlety (let’s best not talk about the Jan-de-Bont-Remake). Right now I am just a little tired of the ‘Kids in a spookhouse’ – thing… But fingers crossed. As stated above: it looks interesting.

    • Robert Macdonald says:

      The haunting of hill house and the haunting (Robert wise) are 2 of my favourite books and movies this looks good but not the haunting it looks like it’s in name only I will watch it but I’m. Going to look at it as it’s own thing.

    • Orpntac says:

      Bertelsjan it’s actually about the crane family. Which is spoken about in the book when talking about the mythology and past of the house. So this is all happening before the novel

    • Timothy Hammons says:

      My defense for this will be, while I haven’t read the novel, that it may be in the vein of a connection between The Red Shoes story by Hand Christian Anderson and the 1948 film “The Red Shoes.” While on the surface they may seem completely unrelated and impossibly connected, the messages and morals of the story may be pulled through in a way inspired by a modern reimagining of it.

      Do need to read the novel though, I’d like to know if it’s actually scary

  20. Paul says:

    This looks like it has so little in common with the novel that they shouldn’t have bothered using the title of the book at all.

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