After losing her husband, Alice Stone is shocked to learn about her inheritance of Hope House; a place she never even knew existed. Eager to escape past mistakes, she makes the journey with her two children and brother, out into the middle of nowhere, hoping to find safety and solace.
The Haunting of Hill House is the adaptation of Shirley Jackson’s 1959 gothic novel of the same name, and whilst it doesn’t follow the classic book to the letter, it definitely singles itself out as one of the best horror shows of all time. I’m not even exaggerating.
The house by the cemetery has always had a ghostly reputation, ever since something terrible took place on its grounds decades earlier. Embracing the rumours and the fascination that comes with it, a group of horror lovers take over and transform each and every room into a Halloween paradise. Mike Kostner finds himself neck-deep in the new and popular attraction, but whilst it may have started as just another job to pay the bills, it soon turns into a struggle of love and death.