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Take a Peek at Acclaimed Southern Gothic Horror WHAT JOSIAH SAW Ahead of its Shudder Premiere

Vincent Grashaw directs a brutal, unforgiving, and haunting film exploring deep-seated familial secrets and trauma.

Robert Patrick in Shudder Original WHAT JOSIAH SAW directed by Vincent Grashaw.
Courtesy of Shudder, AMC Networks

Shudder, AMC Networks’ premium streaming service for horror, thrillers, and the supernatural recently released the first clip for the Shudder Original What Josiah Saw ahead of the film’s debut on the platform on August 4. The film is the third feature from American filmmaker Vincent Grashaw (Coldwater, And Then I Go) and world premiered to high praise at the 2021 Fantasia Film Festival. It went on to win awards at the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival, Fantaspoa International Fantastic Film Festival, Screamfest, and other festivals.

Grashaw directs a brutal, unforgiving, and haunting psychological horror film exploring deep-seated familial secrets and trauma that will unnerve and linger with audiences.

In What Josiah Saw, after two decades, a damaged family reunites at their remote farmhouse, where they confront long-buried secrets and sins of the past. The film, written by Robert Alan Dilts, stars Robert Patrick (True Blood, Lore), Nick Stahl (Sin City, Fear the Walking Dead, Disturbing Behavior), Scott Haze (Antlers, Jurassic World Dominion), and Kelli Garner (Lars And The Real Girl, Horns).

The film is produced by Ran Namerode, Grashaw, Bernie Stern, and Angelia Adzic and executive produced by Cole Payne and Scott Haze.



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