Mike Flanagan is known for his horror films and series, such as The Haunting of Hill House AND Midnight snackand this week another of his terrifying productions will debut.
The Fall of House Usher (The Fall of House Usherin the original) is based on a story contained in a work by Edgar Allan Poe.
Where to watch The Fall of House Usher?
The fall of House Usher will be available exclusively in the Netflix catalog from October 12th, at 4 am. The series has eight episodes.
What is the story of The Fall of the House of Usher?
Second ColliderThe story was published by Edgar Allan Poe in 1839 and became one of his most famous stories.
In the plot, Roderick Usher lives with his twin sister, Madeline, and is convinced that they will both die soon.
When his sister dies, Roderick asks for help placing her body in the family tomb.
After spending days wasting away, Roderick reveals that he suspects Madeline is still alive in her grave.
The story then tells of Madeline’s violent attack, returned from the dead, against her brother. The story ended with the brothers’ house split in half and sunk into the lake.
In the Netflix series, Roderick and Madeline Usher build an empire through Farmacêutica Fortunato and live a life of wealth and luxury.
However, secrets from the past begin to emerge at the same time that a mysterious being decides to kill all the members of the Usher family and those close to them.
Who is in the cast of The Fall of the House of Usher?
The cast of the series includes Bruce Greenwood as Roderick Usher, Carla Gugino as Verna, Mary McDonnell as Madeline Usher. Carl Lumbly as Auguste Dupin, Mark Hamill as Arthur Pym.
Michael Trucco as Rufus Griswold, T’Nia Miller as Victorine Lafourcade, Paola Núñez as Dr. Allessandra Ruiz. Henry Thomas as Frederick Usher, Kyliegh Curran as Lenore Usher.
Samantha Sloyan as Tamerlane Usher, Rahul Kohli as Napoleon “Leo” Usher, Kate Siegel as Camille L’Espanaye. Sauriyan Sapkota as Prospero “Perry Usher, Zach Gilford as young Roderick.
And also Willa Fitzgerald as young Madeline, Katie Parker as Annabel Lee, Malcolm Goodwin as young Dupin. Crystal Balint as Morelle “Morrie” Usher, Aya Furukawa as Tina.
Daniel Jun as Julius, Matt Biedel as William “Bill” T. Wilson, Ruth Codd as Juno Usher, Annabeth Gish as Eliza, Igby Rigney as Toby, and Robert Longstreet as Longfellow.
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