Netflix Original Horror ‘Wounds’: Netflix Release Date, Plot, Cast & Trailer

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Wounds – Copyright. Annapurna Pictures

As Netflix continues its Netflix and Chill line up in the run-up to Halloween, Wounds is the latest horror title announced by the streaming service. We have everything you need to know on Wounds including the plot, cast, trailer & Netflix release date.

Wounds is an upcoming Netflix Original horror based on the book The Visible Filth by author Nathan Ballingrad. The adaptation was written and directed by Babak Anvari. This is the third feature film directed by Anvari who’s previous work was directing Under the Shadow (2016) and Two & Two (2011). Serving as the executive producers on the series were Megan Ellison, Andrew Harvey, and director Babak Anvari.

When is the Netflix release date for Wounds?

Wounds will be released to subscribers on Friday the 18th of October.

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The film has already debuted in America when it was shown to audiences at Sundance Film Festival on 26th January 2019.

Will Wounds be available to stream in my region?

Despite the trailer appearing on the main Netflix channel, not to mention the trailer specifically says “Only on Netflix,” sadly this isn’t the case. In the United States, Wounds is to be released on Hulu. This means a subscription to Hulu is required if you wish to watch Wounds.

Wounds will be distributed on Netflix in all territories outside of the United States.

Dakota Johnson and Arnie Hammer – Copyright. Annapurna Pictures

What is the plot of Wounds?

After finding lost phone in the bar, mysterious and disturbing things begin to happen to New Orleans bartender Will.

Who is in the cast of Wounds?

The following cast members star in Wounds:

Role Cast Member Where Have I Seen/Heard Them Before?
Will Arnie Hammer The Social Network | Call Me by Your Name | The Lone Ranger
Alicia Zazie Beetz Deadpool 2 | Geostorm | Joker
Carrie Dakota Johnson Fifty Shades of Grye | The Social Network | Bad Times at the El Royale
Eric Brad William Henke Orange Is the New Black | Bright | Sneaky Pete
Jeffrey Karl Glusman Love | The Neon Demon | Nocturnal Animals
Rosie Kerry Cahill Oldboy | Mudbound | Free State of Jones
Patrick Jim Klock Green Book | Alex & Me | The Whole Truth
Willard Lawrence Turner True Detective | Free State of Jones | Underground
Garret Alexander Biglane Hot Summer Nights | Devious Minds | NCIS: New Orleans
Doug Martin Bats Badford Tales from the Hood 2 | N.O.L.S Circus | Venom

When did production take place?

Filming for Wounds took place from the 3rd of April 2018 until the 17th of May, 2018.

Wounds wasn’t acknowledged as completed until the 24th of January, 2019. It debuted two days later at Sundance Film Festival.

Where did production take place?

Principal photography took place in New Orleans.

Arnie Hammer & Zazie Beetz – Copyright. Annapurna Pictures

What is the run-time of Wounds?

It has been confirmed that Wounds has a run of 94 minutes.

What is the film rating?

It should come as no surprise that this horror is rated R.

Arnie Hammer and Dakota Johnson – Copyright. Annapurna Pictures

Will Wounds be available to stream in 4K on Netflix?

Unfortunately, at the time of writing, there’s no confirmation that Wounds will be available in 4K.

As Hulu also has the capability to stream in 4K there is a good chance Wounds will be streaming in 4K.

Has Netflix released a trailer for Wounds?

It certainly has! With Netflix promoting many of their impending horror and thriller titles, we can’t wait to see what Wounds has in store for us.

What are the current ratings for Wounds?

The ratings and reviews for Wounds have been very mediocre. At the time of writing, it has a 5.1 out of 10 on IMDb, 50% on Rotten Tomatoes and 49% on Metacritic.

Are you excited for the release of Wounds? Let us know in the comments below.

Netflix Original Horror ‘Wounds’: Netflix Release Date, Plot, Cast & Trailer

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