'House of Darkness: New Blood': Lifetime Movies original horror flick to premiere on September 7
'New Blood' unravels the mystery of a single mother who believes a shocking family tragedy was caused by dangerously dark forces.
Two years after the original 'House of Darkness' film (2016), Lifetime reprises the franchise with yet another installation of the horror flick - this time, much darker, of course. Inspired by actual events, 'House of Darkness: New Blood' unravels the mystery of a single mother who believes a shocking family tragedy was caused by dangerously dark forces.
After the sudden disappearance of her husband five years ago, Brooke, played by Kate Stone ('The Courier'), is finally moving on with her life, with her new fiancé Judd, played by Liam McNeill, ('Manchester by the Sea'), and her young son Dylan, played by Jake Getman, ('A Girl Named Jo') by her side.
Life seemed good until they spend the summer with Judd’s ailing mother at her dilapidated farmhouse in the remote, close-knit community of Red Creek, where Brooke grows increasingly suspicious that things are not what they seem. At first, she wonders if the frightening visions and unexplained activity she’s experiencing are simply the side effects of a new medication.
However, all hell breaks loose once Brooke soon discovers that her family is wrapped up in something so sinister that she must fight to save their lives.
'House of Darkness: New Blood' was produced for Lifetime Movies by Painless Television. Executive producers are Jim Casey, Ross Kaiman and Patrick DeLuca who also directed the film.
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