Sam Raimi is adapting a horror film about demon-possessed housewives

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The housewives are coming!

As if suburbia wasn’t scary enough, throw in some demon-possessed housewives and you have Sam Raimi’s next horror film. Deadline’s Justin Kroll reported, “Legendary Entertainment, Feigco Entertainment and Ghost House have inked a deal for a feature adaptation of author Maureen Kilmer’s novel Suburban Hell.”

Little is currently known about the film as the project is in the early stages of planning, but the inspiration – Suburban Hell – gives a lot of information about what the film could look like. The main plot focuses on a group of suburban housewives who must deal with the demonic possession of a member of their neighborhood group.

The premise certainly seems spot on for Raimi, with a balance of something horrifying juxtaposed with the monotonous everyday life of suburban housewives. Raimi also joins talented author Joanna Calo (The Bear) on this wild journey along with producers Paul Feig (The Office) and Laura Fischer.

As of now, there’s no indication as to when Raimi’s film adaptation of the novel Suburban Hell will hit theaters, but we’ll be sure to report any news as soon as it’s released.

If you want to check out some of Raimi’s work, you can stream Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness on Disney+. Doctor Strange has classic Raimi horror, but if you just want it spooky then you can rent some of his cult hits like The Evil Dead and Evil Dead II on Amazon Prime Video for $3.99.

https://twinfinite.net/2023/01/sam-raimi-to-adapt-a-horror-about-demonically-possessed-housewives/ Sam Raimi is adapting a horror film about demon-possessed housewives

Isaiah Colbert

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