American author Shirley Jackson’s horror novel ‘The Haunting of Hill House’ was first published in 1959. It’s been a while. The spotlight came back on the novel when Mike Flanagan made a Netflix mini-series by the same name in 2018, loosely based on Jackson’s work.

One of the biggest differences is the fact that Flanagan’s series is not a retro horror show, but is set in the current times. So there are obviously very little similarity between the two works, except for the haunted house theme. In the latest episode of ‘Abstract AF’, we list 20 ways the two of them are different. Listen in and please subscribe.