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Any horror buff knows that the house where the film is set can play as much of a character as the cast. And that’s especially true in Netflix’s new thriller, “Things Heard and Seen,” starring Amanda Seyfried and James Norton.
The synopsis goes something like this: “After moving to a small town with her husband, a young artist begins to suspect that their home harbors a dark secret.”
Scary home + paranormal thriller? Sign us up! That’s why we were so excited this week to sit down with the movie’s directors, Robert Pulcini and Shari Springer Berman, and have them answer all of our burning questions: How do you pick the best house for a horror movie? What made you pick this particular house? And did anything creepy happen on set? We hope you’ll enjoy this interview—and the film—as much as we did.
Other topics we discuss:
- Howard Stern‘s sidekick Ronnie the Limo Driver is none too pleased with us this week. The duo talked at length on Stern’s SiriusXM radio show on Monday about an article we wrote highlighting photos of Ronnie’s home for sale. Stern and others said our article would only help Ronnie sell faster and for more money. But Ronnie feels like his privacy was violated. What do you think?
- Katy Perry might be finally offloading her 4,000-square-foot “guesthouse.”
- And, as always, our celebrity real estate winner and loser of the week
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