A HOUSE ON THE BAYOU (2021) Preview of first Blumhouse-EPIX horror pic

 

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A House on the Bayou is a 2021 American horror film about a troubled couple and their daughter who go on vacation in Louisiana.

The movie is the first co-production under Blumhouse Television and the EPIX network’s eight-movie deal which was announced in March. Two original movies are scheduled to debut later this year: A House on the Bayou and American Refugee; with the remaining six will be released in 2022.

Written and directed by Alex McAulay (Don’t Tell a Soul). Produced by Adan Orozco, Paige Pemberton and Paul Uddo. Executive producer by Jason Blum, Jeremy Gold, Mary-Margaret Kunze and Chris McCumber.

The Blumhouse Television-EPIX co-production stars Angela Sarafyan (Westworld), Paul Schneider (Rules Don’t Apply), Lia McHugh (Eternals), Jacob Lofland (Maze Runner), Doug Van Liew (Ida Red) and Lauren Richards (Doom Patrol).

Plot:

In an effort to reconnect and mend their relationship, Jessica and John Chambers seek an idyllic getaway with their daughter Anna to a remote mansion in rural Louisiana.

However, when some suspiciously friendly neighbours show up for dinner uninvited, the weekend takes a sinister turn as the fragile family bond is tested and dark secrets come to light…

Release:

A House on the Bayou makes its debut on EPIX and On-Demand on November 19, 2021.

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Cast and characters (confirmed):

Angela Sarafyan … Jessica Chambers
Lia McHugh … Anna Chambers
Paul Schneider … John Chambers
Jacob Lofland
Lauren Richards
Rhonda Johnson Dents … Deputy Torres
Doug Van Liew

Filming locations:

Lacombe, LA at Bayou Adventures

Trailer:

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