Netflix’s new interpretation of Shirley Jackson’s The Haunting of Hill House is chilling, heart-wrenching, dramatic, and at times rather scary. Listen to episode 22 of The Last Theater podcast for my take on what worked well, what fell a little flat, and how this new interpretation stacks up to the source material and some of its other adaptations.
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The Haunting of Hill House (2018) – Podcast Episode 22
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Non-spoiler review: 0:00 – 24:50
Spoiler-filled reactions: 24:50 – 40:54
Total Run Time: 40:54
The following songs used in this episode are all by The Newton Brothers from The Haunting of Hill House score:
Intro background: “The Haunting of Hill House (Main Titles)”
Intermission: “Whatever Walked There, Walked Alone”
Outro: “The End”
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