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On the heels of its buzzy first Indian original series, Sacred Games, Netflix is taking its first dive into Indian horror with Ghoul, a series that will partner the streaming giant with Blumhouse for the first time. Blumhouse Productions, the studio behind acclaimed low-budget horror hits like Get Out and Split, has become the go-to studio for high-concept, low-budget horror. And now with Netflix quickly expanding its catalogue of foreign titles, Ghoul is an exciting new venture into Indian horror for both companies.
Starring Radhika Apte and Manav Kaul, Ghoul is a three-episode series produced by by Blumhouse, Ivanhoe Pictures, and Phantom Films. It follows a prisoner at a remote military interrogation center who “turns the tables on his interrogators, exposing their most shameful secrets.”
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Netflix has released the first poster for the series, which debuts on the streaming service this August.
Blumhouse has been expanding into TV through its television division Blumhouse TV, which has helped develop a TV spin-off of The Purge franchise for USA Network, an upcoming Hulu anthology series...
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