New Gothic Horror Film ‘What Josiah Saw’ Set For Shudder

by Thomas Tuna

Shudder is goin’ south for its next horror offering.

What Josiah Saw–which made its world premiere last year at the Fantasia International Film Festival–will start streaming on Shudder later this year, according to a report on Deadline. Check out the moody image from the film on this page.

Photo Credit: Shudder

The thriller–described as a “Southern Gothic horror film”–is directed by Vincent Grashaw (Coldwater) from a screenplay play by Robert Alan Dilts (Eliki).

The cast includes Robert Patrick (The Terminator), Nick Stahl (Sin City), Scott Haze (Child of God) and Kelli Garner (Horns).

What Josiah Saw revolves around “the haunted Graham Farm on Willow Road,” according to the logline, that has “a bad history to it.” Josiah (Patrick) and his youngest son, Thomas (Haze), are all that remain of this estranged family.

But, “after experiencing terrifying visions from beyond, Josiah decides they must change their ways to right a great wrong.” Josiah’s eldest children–Eli (Stahl) and Mary (Garner)–are “enticed to sell the property and reunite at the old farmhouse in order to close this haunting chapter in their lives. Sins of the past will be paid in full.”

The film–from Randomix Productions–is produced by Grashaw, Ran Namerode, Bernie Stern and Angelia Adzic, with Haze and Cole Payne acting as executive producers.

Keep reading Horror News Network for the latest on What Josiah Saw.


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