Sync story: The Haunting Of Hill House/Gregory Alan Isakov

Ben Homewood

In what’s proving to be a very busy season for TV syncs, Netflix series The Haunting Of Hill House surely takes the crown for the most chilling show.

Director Mike Flanagan specialises in horror (and hails from Salem), and this modern rework of Shirley Jackson’s 1959 novel has been widely praised for its emotional touch as much as its terrifying moments.

Its climactic scene is soundtracked by If I Go, I’m Goin, released independently by Colorado singer/songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov ...

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