"The Haunting of Hill House" director Mke Flanagan explained in a Twitter thread on Sunday how episode six, "Two Storms," and its multiple long takes, were pulled off.
Flanagan said the initial plan was to shoot the episode last to give the cast and crew more time to prepare, but it was moved up due to budget issues.
He also revealed that his wife Kate Siegel, who played Theo on the show, found out she was pregnant the night before filming a big segment of the episode.
Warning: This post contains spoilers for "The Haunting of Hill House."
"The Haunting of Hill House" director Mike Flanagan told TheWrap that the fifth episode, "The Bent-Neck Lady," made him cry when he thought of the idea.
"In a lot of ways, that episode was why I wanted to make this show," he said.
"It completely changes everything that came before it," he added.
There are plenty of emotional moments in Netflix's hit horror series, "The Haunting of Hill House," but one of the biggest made...
In an early scene of
Shirley Jackson’s bone-chilling 1959 gothic novel, The Haunting of Hill
House, a young woman named Eleanor Vance drives through tall trees. She is on
her way to a menacing mansion, where she has pledged to spend the summer taking
part in a supernatural study. A crackpot anthropologist named Dr. John Montague
has decided that he wants to prove the existence of the paranormal once and for
all, and sends out letters to several strangers who have had past experiences