The series will have four films, predominantly helmed by female directors, that will release in October on Amazon Prime video
Blumhouse and Amazon prime are collaborating again for their Welcome To The Bloomhouse project, with four brand new films all the way. The series is expected to feature a brand new set of unique and unsettling thrillers which is developed with an eye towards authentic and diverse storytelling. The production house, Blumhouse Television and Amazon Studios will premiere Bingo Hell and Black As Night on October 1 and Madres and The Manor worldwide on October 8 this year exclusively on Amazon Prime Video.
The film series features well established actors collaborating with emerging, passionate and predominantly female directors.
Bingo Hell is helmed by Gigi Saul Guerrero and the story follows a senior citizen battling to protect her neighbourhood from an evil spirit that’s taken over the bingo hall. Whereas Black As Night, under the direction of Maritte Lee Go, revolves around a teen girl who spends her summer time with vampires across New Orleans.
Madres narrates the story of a Mexican-American couple who shift to a migrant farming community in 1970’s California wherein they constantly have strange symptoms and frightening visions that threaten their new family. Marcella Ochoa and Mario penned the story under the direction of Ryan Zaragoza.
And The Manor revolves around a character who half heartedly moves into a historic nursing home wherein she is convinced that a supernatural spirit is murdering all the residents. Axelle Carolyn has done both direction and screenplay.