Netflix to Develop Three Original Horror Films

As reported by Deadline.com -

Tony Elliott writes and directs ARQ, about an engineer, trapped in a house and surrounded by a gang of mysterious masked intruders, who must protect a technology that could deliver unlimited energy and end the wars that have consumed the world. The catch: the technology has created a time loop that condemns them all to relive the same day over and over. The pic is produced by Mason Novick and John Finemore of Lost City alongside Kyle Franke and Nick Spicer of XYZ Films, in association with MXN Entertainment. James Hoppe exec produces with Elizabeth Grave and Michelle Knudsen co-producing
— Deadline on "ARQ"
Alistair Legrand directs Clinical, a dark thriller in which a psychiatrist (Vinessa Shaw) tries to put her life back together after a violent attack. As her past continues to torment her, she seeks to repair the life of a new patient… with his own terrifying history. Alistair Legrand and Luke Harvis have written the script with Campfire and Ross Dinerstein producing.
— Deadline on "Clinical"
As previously announced by Deadline, Osgood Perkins’ I Am The Pretty Thing That Lives In The House stars Ruth Wilson as Lily, a young nurse hired to care for elderly Helen Bloom, a best-selling author of ghost stories who has chosen to live out her final days in her beloved country home – a home that holds a horrific ghost story of its own. Bob Balaban and Lucy Boynton co-star. Rob Paris’ Paris Film, Inc. is producing and co-financing the film with Robert Menzies’s Ottawa-based production shingle Zed Filmworks, and Canadian real estate developer Alphonse Ghossein’s Go Insane Films. Paris and Menzies are producing and Ghossein is executive producing.
— Deadline on "I Am The Pretty Thing That Lives In The House"