The director of ‘The curse of Hill House’, he reveals his two favorite episodes and confesses that one made him cry (no wonder)

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    The director of 'The curse of Hill House', he reveals his two favorite episodes and confesses that one made him cry (no wonder)

    Mike Flanagan was already known among fans of the horror genre. He led ‘Somnia: Inside of your dreams’, ‘Ouija: the origin of evil’ or ‘The game of Gerald’, among other films. But now that ‘The curse of Hill House’ has become one of the big successes on television this year (at least) it is very likely that your name begins to sound to a wider audience.

    In a recent entrevistathe screenwriter and producer (by the way, married to Kate Siegel, one of the stars of the series) admitted that episodes 5 and 6 are his favourites and it is no coincidence that they are located to the half of the story. According to Flanagan, the fifth is “the heart of the show”. I think that is obvious, but, just in case, warning that there are SPOILERS below, if you have not yet come to that part of the series, do not continue reading…

    Mike Flanagan during the filming of the series

    the fifth chapter of the series, titled ‘The lady of the twisted neck’, revolves around the character of Nell (Victoria Pedretti) and has the biggest surprise of ‘The curse of Hill House’: the spirit that terrified her as a little girl was herself as an adult, after his death and hanged. Mike Flanagan mind that he wept when he came up with the story, something that explains, in part, why it changed the original end, much darker than the final. Their words:

    “For many reasons, that episode was what I wanted to do this show. It changes completely everything that comes before.

    Make assumptions about the series and the ghosts, we come from a place of exhaustion and familiarity with the genre of haunted houses, so this gives you a full turn… but above all, it’s all of what makes a character that we cannot help but empathize deeply.

    it Is one of my favorites of the series, along with the six. These two together represent, for me, the pinnacle of this story.”

    The sixth episode brings the family together Crain to attend the funeral of Nell and is noted for its spectacular accomplishment, with five sequence shots that leave you with your mouth open. My mate Victor has already examined the staging of Two ‘storms’ in the video that you can see below:

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    The director of ‘The curse of Hill House’, he reveals his two favorite episodes and confesses that one made him cry (no wonder)
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    November 6, 2018

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