Amanda Seyfried’s Things Heard and Seen Release Date, Cast, Plot and More.

Based on an acclaimed novel Things Heard and Seen is the upcoming Netflix horror movie. It is written and directed by Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini, the film is based on the novel ‘All Things Cease to Appear’ by Elizabeth Brundage.

The trailer dropped on April 1, 2021, which looks quite promising to the fans and audience. Although the trailer is to some degree dubious as to what, precisely, is going on here. Is the house really haunted or is all of the apparently supernatural stuff in Seyfried’s character’s intellect? And who are all the other characters prowling approximatelyMaybe the book’s rundown will offer more knowledge.

Amanda Seyfried’s: Synopsis

Catherine Clare (Amanda Seyfried) reluctantly exchanges life in 1980s Manhattan for a farther domestic within the modest village of Chosen, New York, after her spouse George (James Norton) lands a work educating craftsmanship history at a little Hudson Valley college.

Amanda Seyfried's Things Heard and Seen Release Date, Cast, Plot and More.

Indeed as she does her best to convert the ancient dairy cultivate into a put where youthful girl Franny will be cheerful, Catherine progressively finds herself separated and alone. She soon comes to sense vile obscurity prowling both within the dividers of the unsteady property—and in her marriage to George.

Amanda Seyfried’s: Cast

Amanda Seyfried's Things Heard and Seen Release Date, Cast, Plot and More.


  • Amanda Seyfried as Catherine
  • James Norton as George
  • Natalia Dyer as Willis
  • Rhea Seehorn as Justine
  • Alex Neustaedter
  • F. Murray Abraham
  • Jack Gore as Cole
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Amanda Seyfried’s: Release Date

The film is expected to air on April 29 on Netflix.

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