Nightmares of Nature: Blumhouse Developing Wildlife Horror Docuseries

According to Deadline, Blumhouse Television is developing a brand new documentary series titled Nightmares of Nature, with natural history producer Plimsoll Productions attached to produce. The project is currently not attached to any network or streamers.

“It’s only natural to be scared about the things that go bump in the night, but Nightmares of Nature isn’t a projection of the supernatural. Once you start looking at the natural world, you will find things as terrifying as anything in a horror movie,” Plimsoll boss Alan Eyres said in a statement. “To tell that story, we could not hope for better collaborators than Blumhouse. Combining the world’s greatest horror filmmakers with some of the world’s best natural history storytellers is a unique opportunity to create a more visceral, emotional point of entry to nature than anything we’ve seen before.”

What to Expect in Nightmares of Nature?

Described as a wildlife horror documentary, Nightmares of Nature will follow animal heroes who are battling to survive nature’s true-life horrors. It’s “a blend [of] natural history filmmaking through a horror lens.” It will be executive produced by Jason Blum, Chris McCumber and Gretchen Palek for Blumhouse along with Plimsoll’s Grant Mansfield, Alan Eyres, Tom Hugh-Jones and Martha Holmes.

The upcoming project won’t be Blumhouse’s first venture into making a documentary series. The studio has previously produced crime thriller documentaries such as 2019’s Smiley Face Killers: The Hunt for Justice for Oxygen, 2020’s A Wilderness of Error for FX, 2022’s and Worst Roommate Ever for Netflix.

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