Netflix To Lose One of the Biggest Horror Names To Rival Amazon?

Netflix To Lose One of the Biggest Horror Names To Rival Amazon?

The horror genre is one of the most popular storytelling formats around the world right now. They are thrilling, exciting, and a lot of fun to watch. Furthermore, this genre enjoys a massive fan following all around the world. And, Netflix, as we all know, is one of the biggest streamer platforms in the world, with a vast catalog of films and shows based on the horror genre. When we talk about horror films and shows on Netflix, there are a few films and shows that are incredibly popular and well-liked by the audience.

The list of iconic horror films and shows on Netflix is incomplete without The Haunting of the Hill House and Ouija: Origin of Evil. Interestingly, both these iconic horror projects have the same director, Mike Flanagan. The horror maestro Flanagan has been the front runner for various popular horror projects. He has produced five Netflix projects to date. However, are the latest rumors that the director’s latest project being available on Amazon Prime rather than Netflix true? Let us find out.

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Mike Flanagan to longer work with Netflix?

Over the past few years, Flanagan has been the front runner for a number of horror projects available on Netflix. However, as per the latest rumors, Flanagan has now entered into an agreement with another popular streaming platform, Amazon Prime. According to sources, Flanagan and creative partner Trevor Macy have entered into a series deal with Amazon Prime.

As per their deal, all their projects developed under the company’s Intrepid Pictures will be available exclusively on Amazon Prime. The duo spoke, “Amazon is a studio that we have long admired. We are looking forward to working with the entire Amazon team as we bring our brand of genre productions to the service and audiences around the globe.”

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Currently, the details of Flanagan’s future projects with Amazon Prime have not yet been revealed. However, Netflix fans do not have to worry as the director’s upcoming project The Fall of the House of Usher will be available on the streamer in 2023.

What are your favorite Flanagan works? Feel free to let us know in the comments below.

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