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    25 Blumhouse Movies You Probably Haven’t Seen

    The hit-friendly production house released these 25 feature films to little fanfare...

    Blumhouse is back in the horror business this summer with the highly anticipated Joe Hill adaptation, The Black Phone.

    1. The Babymakers

    "The Babymakers"

    2. The Bay

    "The Bay"

    3. Plush

    "Plush"

    4. 13 Sins

    "13 Sins"

    5. Not Safe for Work

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    From the director of Jumanji and Captain America: The First Avenger, Not Safe for Work is a brutal thriller that follows a paralegal who must escape his nearly empty workplace one fateful evening after witnessing a relentless hitman commit a series of murders at his law firm.

    6. Mockingbird

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    This divisive found footage offering from The Strangers filmmaker Bryan Bertino offers three interconnected stories about people who were randomly gifted cameras with the promise of winning money if they keep filming and follow specific instructions, only to learn that they're apart of something bigger and more terrifying than they could have imagined.

    7. Jessabelle

    "Jessabelle"

    8. Area 51

    "Area 51"

    9. The Lazarus Effect

    "The Lazarus Effect"

    10. Exeter

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    Blumhouse Productions co-produced this gory possession flick from the director of the 2003 Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake, which was unceremoniously released to DirecTV in the US in 2015.

    11. Jem and the Holograms

    "Jem and the Holograms"

    12. Visions

    "Visions"

    13. Curve

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    Another Blumhouse title quietly sent to the VOD marketplace in early 2016, this brutal thriller about a young woman who is hunted by a violent stranger after he fixes her broken-down car stars dancer-turned-actor Julianne Hough and was co-produced by Orphan and House of Wax filmmaker Jaume Collet-Serra.

    14. The Veil

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    Jessica Alba, Lily Rabe, Reid Scott, and Thomas Jane round out the star-studded cast of Blumhouse's overlooked, not-quite-found-footage fright film about the sole survivor of a Jonestown-esque suicide cult who escorts a documentary crew in their search for footage from their compound as inexplicable events begin taking place.

    15. Martyrs

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    While an attempt to remake one of the most gruesome and infamous films of the French New Extremism movement is somewhat of a futile gesture, Blumhouse certainly tried to do so to little acclaim from horror fans and critics alike in 2015.

    16. The Keeping Hours

    "The Keeping Hours"

    17. Incarnate

    "Incarnate"

    18. The Resurrection of Gavin Stone

    "The Resurrection of Gavin Stone"

    19. Birth of the Dragon

    "Birth of the Dragon"

    20. Amityville: The Awakening

    "Amityville: The Awakening"

    21. A House on the Bayou

    "A House on the Bayou"

    22. Like. Share. Follow.

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    Released on Halloween 2017 via Cinemax, this horror film not only failed to make a splash on its initial release but is almost impossible to watch via legal means on any platform these days.

    23. Delirium

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    Co-produced alongside Leonardo DiCaprio's Appian Way Productions, Delirium stars Topher Grace as a man recently released from the care of a mental institution only to suspect that his inherited home may be haunted in this direct-to-VOD psychological horror flick.

    24. Dashcam

    "Dashcam"

    25. This Is the Night

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    From the longtime shepherd of The Purge franchise, this period piece drama about Staten Islanders who reevaluate their lifestyles and destiny following the release of Rocky III didn't connect with critics during its video-on-demand run and barely registered with audiences when the film hit Netflix soon thereafter.