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A new series of events that will not be repeated starts with the story of a group of brothers who lived and grew up in a house that will become the most famous haunted house in the country. Now, they must unite to face that tragedy, and the family must face that past, as some are still in their minds while others may actually be a shadow in the most horrifying home in the country.
The Haunting of Hill House is often scary as hell and possessed of enough character-centric nuance to carry viewers through to the end - even if some of the visceral frights peter out well before the conclusion.
The real marvel of The Haunting Of Hill House is in its execution. Plot threads that initially may seem to go nowhere, or seem obvious, actually have welcome, complicated layers that reveal the relatable family dynamics...