September 22, 2023
Shudder Unveils New Trailer For Acclaimed Gothic Horror 'What Josiah Saw'

Never trust a fortune teller. Check out a new clip from Shudder’s upcoming horror ‘What Josiah Saw’ featuring Nick Stahl

Shudder has shared a chilling new clip from Vincent Grashaw’s What Josiah Saw which premieres on the streamer next Thursday. In the clip, Nick Stahl visits a fortune teller. And in traditionally creepy fashion, the teller delivers a harrowing message that would chill anyone to their bones. But don’t take my word for it. Jump behind the sofa and hit play on the new clip below:

The film is the third feature from American filmmaker Vincent Grashaw and was a runaway success at the 2021 Fantasia Film Festival. And now, the gothic horror starring Terminator 2’s Robert Patrick is heading to Shudder as part of the August horror fest.


In What Josiah Saw, after two decades, a damaged family reunites at their remote farmhouse, where they confront long-buried secrets and sins of the past. The film, which is written by Robert Alan Dilts, stars Robert Patrick (The Terminator), Nick Stahl (Sin City), Scott Haze (Child of God), and Kelli Garner (Lars And The Real Girl). 

What Josiah Saw is produced by Ran Namerode, Grashaw, Bernie Stern and Angelia Adzic and executive produced by Cole Payne and Scott Haze

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Nick Stahl as Eli Graham – What Josiah Saw – Photo Credit: Shudder


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What Josiah Saw will bring its family discourse to Shudder U.S., Shudder CA, Shudder UKI, and Shudder ANZ on Thursday, August 4.

Robert Patrick as Josiah Graham – What Josiah Saw – Photo Credit: Shudder

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Source: Shudder

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