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Things Heard & Seen: Trailer And Release Date

Things Heard & Seen

Amanda Seyfried, aka Marion Davies from Mank, and James Norton, aka Tommy Lee Royce from Happy Valley, are stuck in the agony of a haunted house. This is what the trailer of Netflix’s Things Heard & Seen has shown. The film is based on Elizabeth Brundage’s acclaimed novel named All Things Cease to Appear.

The Storyline of the Things Heard & Seen

George and his wife Catherine used to live in Manhattan. But since, her husband has been offered a job in a local college in Hudson Valley. Her wife, the movie’s female lead, decides to leave Manhattan and start a new life in Hudson Valley with her husband.

But little she didn’t know that this decision will change her life forever. When the couple was on their way to enjoy their ideal life in a small home. Catherine came to know that mysterious things are happening in the house.

First, she finds the old bible, which has “Damned” imprinted in it. Then, she saw a television making loud, unstoppable noise. Later, she suspects her husband of hiding his dark past and sinister secrets. You can have a look at the trailer below:


The film has an amazing cast, including Natalia Dyer, which you have seen in The Stranger Things, Rhea Seehorn from Better Call Saul. Last but not least, F.Murray Abraham. And, of course, the two main leads, Amanda and James.

Release Date of Things Heard & Seen

The new haunted and thriller film of Netflix has been dated to release on the 29th of April, 2021.

Director of the Film Things Heard & Seen

The film was directed by a very talented couple Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini. They both have also collaborated for The Nanny Diaries and American Splendor. Whereas the American Splendor also received an honor of nomination in Oscar awards for its best screenplay.

This noir and gothic-themed treat for Netizens is not like usual horror movies. The trailer strongly advises that there is a great ominous presence in the story. And everyone is surely going to love it.

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