A Jacobean manor house on the north Norfolk coast takes centre stage in a new horror film coming to cinemas this April.

Homebound is the debut from director Sebastian Godwin and is a creepy and atmospheric thriller starring Aisling Loftus (A Discovery of Witches) and Tom Goodman-Hill (Humans).

Eastern Daily Press: Homebound was shot at Wiveton Hall on the north Norfolk coast.Homebound was shot at Wiveton Hall on the north Norfolk coast. (Image: Blue Finch Films)

It was shot at Wiveton Hall owned by Desmond MacCarthy, who became a local celebrity after the 17th century manor house was the subject of BBC2 documentary Normal for Norfolk.

Homebound is released in cinemas on April 1 and digitally on April 4 and it follows Richard who takes his new girlfriend Holly home to meet his three estranged children, Lucia, Ralph and Anna.

Eastern Daily Press: The poster for new horror film Homebound.The poster for new horror film Homebound. (Image: Blue Finch Films)

They soon discover his ex-wife is missing and the children behaving strangely.

As their actions become gradually more disturbing, Holly begins to unearth a dark and twisted secret.