David Bruckner’s ‘The Night House’ Moves from July to August

Another day, another release date change. This time it’s David Bruckner‘s new horror movie The Night House, which Disney’s Searchlight acquired out of Sundance last year.

Originally set for release on July 16, The Night House has been bumped to August 20.

“The film follows a widow (Rebecca Hall) who begins to uncover her recently deceased husband’s disturbing secrets.”

Sarah Goldberg, Evan Jonigkeit, Stacy Martin and Vondie Curtis Hall also star.

Ben Collins & Luke Piotrowski (Super Dark Times) wrote the script.

Previously, David Bruckner has directed The Signal, the “Amateur Night” segment in our V/H/S, the segment “The Accident” in our Southbound, and monster movie The Ritual. Bruckner is also working on our upcoming V/H/S/94, which is coming soon.

Meagan wrote in her review of The Night House that we ran out of Sundance 2020, “The Night House is a standout film… It’s moody and atmospheric, but above all, it’s scary as hell.”