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Jimmi Simpson on His Horror Background and Into The Dark Turn in This Video Exclusive

Westworld star describes how Blumhouse horror series episode "Treehouse" flips the script on exploitation.

by | March 1, 2019 | Comments

Jimmi Simpson (Westworld), star of Into the Dark episode “Treehouse,” explains his history with horror and how the episode flips the script on exploitation. The horror anthology series comes from Blumhouse, producers of The Purge, Happy Death Day, and Paranormal Activity. “Treehouse” is written and directed by Psyche star James Roday.

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About the Series: A horror event series from award-winning producer Jason Blum‘s independent TV studio. The series includes 12 feature-film length episodes. A new installment will be released each month inspired by a holiday and will feature Blumhouse’s signature genre–thriller spin on the story.

About the Episode: Celebu-chef Peter Rake escapes a scandal for a weekend at his family’s isolated vacation home, but there are debts to repay and Peter has to learn the lesson that a woman’s place is anywhere that she chooses to be — if he survives.

Treehouse” premieres Friday, March 1 on Hulu.


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