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Thursday, September 24, 2020

Michelle Monaghan Joins ‘Session 9’ Director Brad Anderson’s Psychological Dog Bite Thriller ‘Blood’

With an impressive array of films already under his belt, including Session 9, The Machinist and Transsiberian, Brad Anderson is next directing a psychological thriller titled Blood, and Deadline reports today that Michelle Monaghan (“True Detective”) has been set to star.

The film “follows Jess (Monaghan), a separated mother and nurse who moves with her daughter and young son Owen back into her old family farmhouse. Shortly after settling in, Owen is bitten by the family dog, resulting in a mysterious infection from the bite. When Jess discovers a disturbing cure, she is tested to the extent will she go to keep her child alive.”

The script was written by Will Honley.

Gary Levinsohn and Billy Hines are producing for H2L Media Group.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3633389/michelle-monaghan-joins-session-9-director-brad-andersons-psychological-dog-bite-thriller-blood/

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