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Blumhouse TV sets its next Epix TV movie: The Visitor starring Finn Jones and Jessica McNamee

Jones and McNamee lead the cast of the psychological horror-thriller that is the latest TV movie in the Blumhouse-Epix production deal. According to the Deadline, The Visitor has the following description: "After a series of tragedies including the death of his father-in-law, Robert and his wife Maia leave their home in London to move back to her childhood home. But when Robert discovers an old portrait in the attic of a man who is his spitting image, he goes down a rabbit hole to discover the identity of this mysterious doppelganger known only as the visitor. It isn’t long until he realizes – where the visitor goes, death follows."
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Third Movie from Blumhouse and EPIX Deal Will Be ‘The Visitor’ Starring Finn Jones and Jessica McNamee

Blumhouse has joined forces with EPIX to “develop and produce eight elevated, standalone horror/genre-thriller movies exclusively for the network,” the first of which is set to be A House on the Bayou, from writer/director Alex McAulay (Don’t Tell A Soul). The second movie is titled American Refugee, both debuting day-and-date on EPIX and Digital via Paramount.
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[Editor's note: The following contains spoilers for Mortal Kombat (2021).]. Jessica McNamee’s Sonya Blade finds herself in an especially curious predicament in the new Mortal Kombat movie. She’s essentially the ringleader and the one who’s pieced everything together - from mark to Mortal Kombat tournament - and ultimately makes her way to Lord Raiden’s (Tadanobu Asano) temple with Cole (Lewis Tan) and Kano (Josh Lawson), both of whom have marks. Butt then she’s hit with the reality of what it means to not have one herself.
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