Netflixs Haunting Of Hill House is getting a directors cut because we apparently werent scared enough

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The Haunting Of Hill House captivated and horrified viewers everywhere (Picture: Netflix)

Haunting Of Hill House left us horrified and shaken with their bitter tale of the Crain family – and now theyve only gone and made it even more terrifying with a directors cut.

The team behind the Netflix smash hit has announced that therell be a special edition version of the series for blu-ray – with extra scenes added to every episode.

This also confirms that, in fact, they never want us sleep again ever. Thanks guys.

Director Mike Flanagan confirmed the news and said on Twitter: Well this news got out there a LITTLE earlier than we wanted… but yes, its true!

More details to come, but it was a blast restoring several episodes to their original form. Hope you all enjoy!

While details as to what to expect are being hidden from us as of yet, we have no doubt that the team will make it worth the wait.



In the meantime, us Netflix users have something else to prepare for – the upcoming second series of the anthology tale, The Haunting of Bly Manor.

Apparently, its going to be even scarier than the first, which is nice.

Victoria Pendretti and Oliver Jackson-Cohen have already been confirmed to return to the show in new roles, after playing the painfully damaged Crain twins who suffered most at Hill House.

The Haunting of Hill House

Viewers will now be getting extra scenes that were axed from the original edition (Picture: Netflix)

The Haunting Of Bly Manor will be created by Hill House showrunners Mike Flanagan and Trevor Macy, and is based off book The Turn Of The Screw.

It follows a young boy named Miles who has to return to his family home of Bly Manor after being expelled from school.

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Once there, he begins to start seeing ghosts haunting the manor, tormenting the governess, the housekeeper Mrs Grose, as well as Miles little sister, Flora.

Haunting Of Hill House is available to stream on Netflix.

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