“There’s Someone Inside Your House”: release date, spoilers for Netflix’s slasher movie


Horror was one of those genres considered dead after a string of failures in the late 1990s and 2000s. But filmmakers like James Wan, David Robert Mitchell, and David F. Sandberg have it. relaunched by featuring some of the best horror movies of this generation and bringing the genre back to the mainstream.

Meanwhile, streaming services like Netflix are also bringing extraordinary horror projects from all over the world to their platform and it looks like they aren’t in the mood to stop. The streaming giant is releasing another horror film that will blow your mind.


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The film looks like a worthy addition to Netflix’s horror catalog, which already has incredible projects such as “Things Heard and Seen”, “A Classic Horror Story” and “The Silence”. Additionally, the film is based on the novel of the same name written by Stephanie Perkins. So let’s take a look at everything we know about the upcoming horror movie.

Makani Young as Sydney Park in “There’s Someone Inside Your House” (Netflix)

Release date and how to watch

“There is someone inside your house” will air exclusively on Netflix on Monday, September 6. According to the Netflix news site, the film will be available to stream at 3:01 a.m. EST. Viewers can download the Netflix app from Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store to watch the aforementioned movie.


“Makani Young (Sydney Park) moved from Hawaii to a quiet little town in Nebraska to live with his grandmother and finish high school, but as the countdown to graduation begins, his classmates from class are hunted down by a killer determined to expose their darkest secrets to the entire city, terrorizing the victims while wearing a realistic mask of their own face. With a mysterious past of their own, Makani and his friends must uncover the identity of the killer before they themselves become victims.


Entitled “There’s Someone Inside Your House,” the film revolves around a young woman named Makani Young (Sydney Park) who recently moved to Nebraska to finish high school. However, as the countdown to graduation begins, one killer plans to expose dark secrets to his classmates in front of the whole town.

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Sydney Park stars as Makani Young in the film while Theodore Pellerin will be portrayed as Oliver “Ollie” Larsson. Park has been in the entertainment industry since 2006 and has worked on various projects such as “Hannah Montana”, “CSI: NY”, “Instant Mom” ​​and “Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists”. Meanwhile, she can currently be seen playing the role of Cyndie in ‘The Walking Dead’.

Other actors to feature in the film include Emilija Baranac (Hailey), Asjha Cooper (Alex Crisp), Jesse LaTourette (Darby), Sarah Dugdale (Katie Koons), Ivy Matheson (Kayla) and Diego Josef (Rodrigo).


Two of the biggest names in the industry are attached to this project as Shawn Levy and James Wan are producing the film through their respective production banners 21 Laps and Atomic Monster. Meanwhile, the film is helped by Patrick Brice, who is known for films like “Creep”, “Creep 2” and “Corporate Animals”.

Shawn Levy attends the 70th Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater on September 17, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison / Getty Images)

Besides Levy and Wan, notable people like Dan Cohen and Michael Clear also serve as producers in the film.


The trailer gives us a glimpse of how Makani and his friends struggle to keep their secrets, hidden from the world. On the other hand, a killer wearing the realistic mask of his victims terrorizes their world and threatens to expose their secrets to the whole world. Can Makani and his friends save themselves from the killer’s wrath? The answer to this question will be given once the film is released on Netflix.

You can watch the trailer here.

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