List of Blumhouse Productions projects

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This is a list of various productions produced from Blumhouse Productions, which includes feature films, television projects, shorts, documentaries, books, comics, and podcasts.

Films[edit]

Released films[edit]

Year Film Director Release date Budget Gross
2006 Griffin & Phoenix Ed Stone November 20, 2006 $500,000 $1.4 million
2007 The Fever Carlo Gabriel Nero June 13, 2007 N/A N/A
The Darwin Awards Finn Taylor July 31, 2007 N/A $309,408
2008 Graduation Mike Mayer May 2, 2008 N/A N/A
2009 Paranormal Activity Oren Peli September 25, 2009 $15,000 $193.4 million
The Accidental Husband Griffin Dunne November 10, 2009 N/A $22.7 million
2010 Tooth Fairy Michael Lembeck January 22, 2010 $48 million $112.5 million
Paranormal Activity 2 Tod Williams October 22, 2010 $3 million $177.5 million
2011 Insidious James Wan April 1, 2011 $1.5 million $97 million
Paranormal Activity 3 Henry Joost
Ariel Schulman
October 21, 2011 $5 million $207 million
2012 The Babymakers Jay Chandrasekhar August 3, 2012 N/A $475,511
Sinister Scott Derrickson October 12, 2012 $3 million $87.7 million
Paranormal Activity 4 Henry Joost
Ariel Schulman
October 19, 2012 $5 million $142.8 million
The Bay Barry Levinson November 2, 2012 $2 million $1.5 million
2013 Dark Skies Scott Stewart February 22, 2013 $3.5 million $26.4 million
The Lords of Salem Rob Zombie April 19, 2013 $1.5 million $1.5 million
The Purge James DeMonaco June 7, 2013 $3 million $89.3 million
Insidious: Chapter 2 James Wan September 13, 2013 $5 million $161.9 million
Plush Catherine Hardwicke $2 million $28,864
Best Night Ever Jason Friedberg
Aaron Seltzer
December 26, 2013 N/A $289,511
2014 Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones Christopher Landon January 3, 2014 $5 million $90.9 million
Oculus Mike Flanagan April 11, 2014 $44 million
13 Sins Daniel Stamm April 18, 2014 $4 million $826,252
Not Safe for Work Joe Johnston May 9, 2014 $2.5 million N/A
The Normal Heart Ryan Murphy May 25, 2014 N/A N/A
The Purge: Anarchy James DeMonaco July 18, 2014 $9 million $111.9 million
Mockingbird Bryan Bertino October 7, 2014 N/A N/A
Mercy Peter Cornwell N/A N/A
Whiplash Damien Chazelle October 10, 2014 $3.3 million $49 million
Stretch Joe Carnahan October 14, 2014 $5 million N/A
The Town That Dreaded Sundown Alfonso Gomez-Rejon October 16, 2014 N/A N/A
Ouija Stiles White October 24, 2014 $5 million $103.6 million
Jessabelle Kevin Greutert November 7, 2014 $4 million $7 million
2015 The Boy Next Door Rob Cohen January 23, 2015 $52.4 million
The Lazarus Effect David Gelb February 27, 2015 $3.3 million $38.4 million
Unfriended Leo Gabriadze April 17, 2015 $1 million $64.1 million
Area 51 Oren Peli May 15, 2015 $5 million $7,556
Insidious: Chapter 3 Leigh Whannell June 5, 2015 $10 million $113 million
Creep Patrick Brice June 23, 2015 N/A N/A
Exeter Marcus Nispel July 2, 2015 $25,000 $489,792
The Gallows Chris Lofing
Travis Cluff
July 10, 2015 $2 million $43 million
The Gift Joel Edgerton August 7, 2015 $5 million $59 million
Sinister 2 Ciaran Foy August 21, 2015 $10 million $52.9 million
The Visit M. Night Shyamalan September 11, 2015 $5 million $98.5 million
The Green Inferno Eli Roth September 25, 2015 $12.9 million
Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension Gregory Plotkin October 23, 2015 $10 million $78.9 million
Jem and the Holograms Jon M. Chu $5 million $2.3 million
2016 Visions Kevin Greutert January 19, 2016 N/A $1.1 million
Curve Iain Softley N/A N/A
The Veil Phil Joanou $4 million N/A
Martyrs Kevin Goetz
Michael Goetz
January 22, 2016 $1 million $400,787
Hush Mike Flanagan April 8, 2016 N/A
The Darkness Greg McLean May 13, 2016 $4 million $10.9 million
The Purge: Election Year James DeMonaco July 1, 2016 $10 million $118.6 million
Viral Henry Joost
Ariel Schulman
July 29, 2016 N/A $551,760
In a Valley of Violence Ti West October 21, 2016 N/A $53,647
Ouija: Origin of Evil Mike Flanagan $9 million $81.7 million
Incarnate Brad Peyton December 2, 2016 $5 million $9.4 million
2017 Split M. Night Shyamalan January 20, 2017 $9 million $278.5 million
The Resurrection of Gavin Stone Dallas Jenkins $2 million $2.3 million
Get Out Jordan Peele February 24, 2017 $4.5 million $255.4 million
The Belko Experiment Greg McLean March 17, 2017 $5 million $11.1 million
Sleight J.D. Dillard April 28, 2017 $250,000 $4 million
Lowriders Ricardo de Montreuil May 12, 2017 $916,000 $6.3 million
Birth of the Dragon George Nolfi August 25, 2017 $31 million $7.2 million
Happy Death Day Christopher Landon October 13, 2017 $4.8 million $125.5 million
Creep 2 Patrick Brice October 24, 2017 N/A N/A
Amityville: The Awakening Franck Khalfoun October 28, 2017 N/A $7.7 million
Like. Share. Follow. Glenn Gers October 31, 2017 N/A N/A
Totem Marcel Sarmiento N/A $51,247
2018 Insidious: The Last Key Adam Robitel January 5, 2018 $10 million $167.9 million
Benji Brandon Camp March 16, 2018 $6 million $585,333
Truth or Dare Jeff Wadlow April 13, 2018 $3.5 million $95.3 million
Stephanie Akiva Goldsman April 17, 2018 N/A N/A
Family Blood Sonny Mallhi May 4, 2018 N/A N/A
Delirium Dennis Iliadis May 22, 2018 N/A $378,017
Upgrade Leigh Whannell June 1, 2018 $3 million $16.6 million
The First Purge Gerard McMurray July 4, 2018 $13 million $137 million
Unfriended: Dark Web Stephen Susco July 20, 2018 $1 million $16.2 million
The Keeping Hours Karen Moncrieff July 24, 2018 N/A N/A
BlacKkKlansman Spike Lee August 10, 2018 $15 million $90.6 million
Seven in Heaven Chris Eigeman October 5, 2018 N/A N/A
Halloween David Gordon Green October 19, 2018 $10 million $253.7 million
Cam Daniel Goldhaber November 16, 2018 $1 million N/A
2019 Glass M. Night Shyamalan January 18, 2019 $20 million $246.1 million
Happy Death Day 2U Christopher Landon February 13, 2019 $9 million $63.2 million

Upcoming films[edit]

Year Film Director Release date
2019 Thriller[1] Dallas Jackson March 31, 2019
Stockholm[2] Robert Budreau April 12, 2019
Ma[3] Tate Taylor May 31, 2019
Untitled film[4] TBA September 27, 2019[5]
The Hunt[6] Craig Zobel October 18, 2019[5]
Untitled film[4] TBA December 13, 2019
2020 Untitled film[4] TBA January 3, 2020
Fantasy Island[7] Jeff Wadlow February 28, 2020
Untitled film[4] TBA March 13, 2020
Untitled film[4] TBA October 16, 2020
2021 Untitled film[4] TBA January 8, 2021
Untitled film[4] TBA August 13, 2021
Spooky Jack[8] TBA September 17, 2021
Untitled film[4] TBA October 15, 2021

In production[edit]

Film Director
Boogeyman Pop[9] Brad Michael Elmore
Hurt[10] Sonny Mallhi
The Lie[11] Veena Sud
Bloodline[12] Henry Jacobson
Relive[13] Jacob Aaron Estes
Sweetheart[14] J.D. Dillard
Adopt a Highway[15] Logan Marshall-Green
The Gallows Act II[16] Chris Lofing
Travis Cluff
Once Upon a Time in Staten Island[17] James DeMonaco
Prey[18] Franck Khalfoun
Spawn[19] Todd McFarlane
You Should Have Left[20] David Koepp
Five Nights at Freddy's[21] Chris Columbus
The Invisible Man[22] Leigh Whannell
Run Sweetheart Run[23] Shana Feste

Television[edit]

Released television projects[edit]

Year Show Creator Premiere date Notes
2012 The River Oren Peli
Michael R. Perry
February 7, 2012 TV series
2013 Stranded Josh Gates February 27, 2013
2014 Ascension Damion Black
Philip Levens
Adrian A. Cruz
December 15, 2014 Miniseries
2015 Eye Candy Christian Taylor January 12, 2015 TV series
The Jinx: The Life and Death of Robert Durst Andrew Jarecki February 8, 2015 Miniseries
Real Scares N/A April 13, 2015 Web series
2015–2016 Hellevator N/A October 21, 2015 TV series
2015 #15SecondScare N/A October 22, 2015 Web series
South of Hell Matt Lambert November 27, 2015 TV series
2016 Judgment Day: Prison or Parole? Joe Berlinger May 22, 2016
12 Deadly Days Chris Cullari
Jennifer Raite
December 12, 2016 Miniseries
2017 Cold Case Files N/A February 27, 2017 TV series
2018–present Sharp Objects Marti Noxon July 8, 2018 Miniseries
Sacred Lies Raelle Tucker July 27, 2018 TV series
Ghoul Patrick Graham August 24, 2018 Miniseries
The Purge James DeMonaco September 4, 2018 TV series
Into the Dark N/A October 5, 2018
2019–present Smiley Face Killers: The Hunt for Justice N/A January 19, 2019

Upcoming television projects[edit]

Year Show Creator Premiere date Notes
TBA Scare Tactics[24] Scott Hallock
Kevin Healey
TBA TV series
The Good Lord Bird[25] Ethan Hawke
The Loudest Voice[26] Tom McCarthy Miniseries
Run for Your Life[27] Chris Cullari
Jennifer Raite
TV pilot

Short films[edit]

Year Short Director Release date
2013 Whiplash Damien Chazelle January 18, 2013
2015 Fifteen Gavin Michael Booth October 29, 2015

Documentaries[edit]

Year Documentary Director Release date
2015 How to Dance in Ohio Alexandra Shiva October 26, 2015
2017 Election Day: Lens Across America Henry Jacobson
Emma Tammi
January 17, 2017
Alive and Kicking Susan Glatzer April 7, 2017
2018 This Is Home: A Refugee Story Alexandra Shiva April 6, 2018
Bathtubs Over Broadway Dava Whisenant November 30, 2018

Books[edit]

Year Book Author Publication date
2015 The Blumhouse Book of Nightmares: The Haunted City Various Authors July 7, 2015
2016 The Apartment S.L. Grey October 4, 2016
2017 Feral James DeMonaco
B.K. Evenson
April 4, 2017
Meddling Kids Edgar Cantero July 11, 2017
Haunted Nights Various Authors October 3, 2017
2018 This Body's Not Big Enough for Both of Us Edgar Cantero July 31, 2018
Bad Man Dathan Auerbach August 7, 2018
Hark! The Herald Angels Scream Various Authors October 23, 2018
2019 Happy Death Day & Happy Death Day 2U Aaron Hartzler February 19, 2019

Comics[edit]

Year Comic Writer Release date Notes
2017 Sleight Ryan Parrott March 30, 2017 Tie-in prequel comic to Sleight (2017)

Podcasts[edit]

Year Podcast Host(s)
2016–present Shock Waves Rob Galluzzo, Elric Kane
Rebekah McKendry, Ryan Turek
2018–present Post Mortem with Mick Garris Mick Garris
Fear Initiative Clarke Wolfe, Morgan Peter Brown, Cara Mandel,
Josh Forbes, Megan Duffy, Jeff Seidman,
David Ian McKendry, Rob Schrab
Attack of the Queerwolf! Michael Kennedy, M.A. Fortin
Nay Bever, Brennan Klein
The Oval Office Tapes R. J. Cutler

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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