‘Things Heard & Seen’ Trailer: Amanda Seyfried Stars In New Netflix Horror From ‘American Splendor’ Duo

Chances are, an isolated 19th-century farmhouse sold at a remarkably low price has something wrong with it. Like it’s probably haunted. In the movies, that’s never going to be enough to stop some short-sighted folks from buying it anyway, and that’s what happens in the upcoming Netflix thriller, Things Heard & Seen.

The most interesting thing about this haunted horror is the talent attached to it. American Splendor duo Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini directed and wrote the script in a departure from their usual fare. The cast is led by Oscar-nominated Mank star Amanda Seyfried, along with Little Women‘s James Norton, Stranger Things’ Natalia Dyer, Alex Neustaedter, Rhea Seehorn, Michael O’Keefe, Karen Allen, Jack Gore, F. Murray Abraham, James Urbaniak, and Ana Sophia Heger.

Things Heard & Seen hits Netflix on April 29th!

Catherine Clare (Academy Award®-nominee Amanda Seyfried) reluctantly trades life in 1980s Manhattan for a remote home in the tiny hamlet of Chosen, New York, after her husband George (James Norton) lands a job teaching art history at a small Hudson Valley college. Even as she does her best to transform the old dairy farm into a place where young daughter Franny will be happy, Catherine increasingly finds herself isolated and alone. She soon comes to sense a sinister darkness lurking both in the walls of the ramshackle property—and in her marriage to George.


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