Malaysian Horror Film ‘Blood Flower’ Headed To Shudder

by Thomas Tuna

The spirit world is not for the faint of heart.

Blood Flower–a new horror pic from Malaysia–has been acquired by Shudder for streaming sometime next year, according to a report on Deadline. No exact debut date has yet been announced.

The film–directed by Dain Said from a screenplay he wrote with Nandita Solomon and Ben Omar–premiered at this year’s Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas.

Blood Flower–starring Idan Aedan, Bront Palarae and Remy Ishak–follows a 16-year-old apprentice faith healer and exorcist “who is tormented by visions of the dead and spirits from other dimensions,” according to the synopsis.

When a malicious spirit begins to make life miserable for him, the teenager “is forced to harness his supernatural gifts to save his family and friends.”

Keep reading Horror News Network for further updates on Blood Flower on Shudder.


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