With only one narrative feature under her belt, 2018’s thriller, “The Wind,” filmmaker Emma Tammi has already proven herself to be one of the best up-and-coming directors working right now. Apparently, we’re not the only people to notice this, as Blumhouse has snatched her up to film a feature-length entry in the studio’s Hulu horror anthology series, “Into the Dark,” titled “Delivered.”
As seen in the new trailer for “Delivered,” Tammi’s film follows the story of a young couple that is attending a class for expecting parents. While in the class, the couple befriends a single mom that invites them back to her home. And considering this is a Blumhouse film in a horror anthology, you can guess that not everything works out okay for the pregnant woman and her partner.
Obviously, as was mentioned earlier, the film is directed by Tammi, based on a script from Dirk Blackman. After debuting in 2018 at the Toronto International Film Festival, Tammi’s “The Wind” became one of the better thrillers of the last couple of years. We’ve seen Blumhouse use its “Into the Dark” series to offer younger filmmakers the chance to make a new film that will be seen on a huge platform. So, hopefully, Tammi’s work here doesn’t get missed.
“Delivered” stars Tina Majorino, Natalie Paul, Michael Cassidy, and Micah Parker. As with the other “Into the Dark” entries, the new film is set to premiere around a holiday, this time focusing on Mother’s Day. “Delivered” arrives on Hulu on May 8. You can watch the trailer below.
Here’s the synopsis:
In partnership with Blumhouse Television, Into The Dark is a monthly horror event series from prolific, award-winning producer, Jason Blum’s independent TV studio. Each feature-length installment is inspired by a holiday and features Blumhouse’s signature genre/thriller spin on the story. In Delivered, a pregnant woman’s life is upended when she realizes someone close to her has darker plans for her and the baby.