Kenneth Branagh’s latest Hercule Poirot film A Haunting in Venice is getting a digital and streaming release on Halloween
The Agatha Christie-inspired franchise that began with 2017’s Murder on the Orient Express and continued with 2022’s Death on the Nile has a new entry, A Haunting in Venice (read our review HERE), which has racked up over $100 million at the global box office since receiving a theatrical release last month. And now it’s time for it to come home. The digital release of A Haunting in Venice is set for Halloween, October 31st – and the movie will be streaming on Hulu on that same date.
The physical media release will follow next month, with A Haunting in Venice reaching Blu-ray and DVD on November 28th.
Kenneth Branagh has been at the helm of all three of these films and reprises the role of famed detective Hercule Poirot in A Haunting in Venice, which is set in eerie, post-World War II Venice on All Hallows’ Eve and is a terrifying mystery featuring the return of the celebrated sleuth, Hercule Poirot. Now retired and living in self-imposed exile in the world’s most glamorous city, Poirot reluctantly attends a séance at a decaying, haunted palazzo. When one of the guests is murdered, the detective is thrust into a sinister world of shadows and secrets.
The film is based on the Christie novel Hallowe’en Party. Michael Green wrote the screenplay adaptation.
Branagh is joined in the cast of this “unsettling supernatural thriller” by Kyle Allen (Rosaline), Camille Cottin (Call My Agent), Jamie Dornan (Belfast), Tina Fey (30 Rock), Jude Hill (Belfast), Ali Khan (6 Underground), Emma Laird (Mayor of Kingstown), Kelly Reilly (Yellowstone), Riccardo Scamarcio (Caravaggio’s Shadow), and Michelle Yeoh (Everything Everywhere All at Once).
Branagh also produced A Haunting in Venice with Judy Hofflund, Ridley Scott, and Simon Kinberg. Louise Killin, James Prichard, and Mark Gordon serve as executive producers. Hildur Guđnadóttir, who provided the Oscar-winning score for Joker, composed the score for this film as well.
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