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Robert Englund is coming to Netflix in the upcoming fourth season of “Stranger Things,” but that’s not the only Englund project hitting Netflix soon. Englund stars alongside Asa Butterfield (The Wolfman) in Choose or Die, formerly titled CURS>R, set to premiere on Netflix on April 15. “After firing up a lost 80s survival horror game, a young coder unleashes a hidden curse that tears reality apart, forcing her to make terrifying decisions and face deadly consequences.”.

Iola Evans (The 100) and Eddie Marsan (Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw) also star. Rounding out the cast is Angela Griffin (“The Hollow,” “White Lines,” “Harlots”), Kate Fleetwood (“Beirut,” “Deliverers,” “Star Wars: Episode VII”), Ryan Gage (“The Hobbit,” “The Musketeers,” “Endeavor),” and Joe Bolland (“The Trial of Christine Keeler”).

Choose or Die is directed by Toby Meakins and written by executive producer Simon Allen. Expect first look images and a trailer soon. It’s been a couple years since we’ve heard a peep about Brad Anderson‘s (Session 9, The Machinist) new psychological horror movie Blood, which has Michelle Monaghan (“True Detective”) attached to star. Today brings some more info, plus a new plot synopsis.

For starters, Skeet Ulrich (Scream) will star alongside Monaghan in the horror movie, with the cast also including Finlay Wojtak-Hissong, June B.

Wilde, and Skylar Morgan Jones. In Blood, “As a six-year-old boy spirals into the depths of a mysterious illness, his mother discovers a disturbing cure, but to what extent will she go to keep her child alive?”. The script was written by Will Honley. Producers include Paris Kassidokostas-Latsis, Terry Dougas, Gary Levinsohn, and Billy Hines, with executive producers including Jean-Luc De Fanti, Alexis Varouxakis, Max Work, Steven Sims, Ryan Bartecki, Brad Anderson, and Daniel Bekerman.

Blood comes courtesy of Hercules Film Fund, Rhea Films, and H2L Media Group. Richard Armitage is set to star in “Damage,” a new Netflix series from Gaumont U.K. Armitage (“The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies”) will play William, a doctor who embarks on a passionate affair with his soon-to-be daughter in law, Anna (played by “Peaky Blinders” star Charlie Murphy.) .

Anna is already engaged to William’s son Martyn, played by “Miss Marvel’s” Rish Shah.

She fights to keep both relationships alive – one with Martyn and one with William – but it is inevitable that the truth will emerge and someone is going to get hurt.

In the meantime, William finds himself drawn into an obsessive spiral, unbeknown to his wife Ingrid (played by “Obi Wan Kenobi’s” Indira Varma.). Pippa Bennett-Warner (“Gangs of London”) is also set to join the cast as Peggy. “Damage” is based on Josephine Hart’s 1990s political novella about “erotic obsession and forbidden desire.”.

The screenplay is by Morgan Lloyd-Malcolm (“The Interrogation of Leo and Lisa”) and journalist turned scribe Benji Walters with Glenn Leyburn and Lisa Barros D’Sa (“Good Vibrations,” “Ordinary Love”) directing.


Gina Carter will produce the series while Moonage’s Matthew Read and Frith Triplady, and Gaumont’s Alison Jackson are set to executive produce.