It’s been in the works for a while, and we are thrilled to announce that Alan Robert’s Crawl To Me is being adapted to the big screen! Crawl To Me is one of the best horror mini-series of the past year with it’s brilliant artwork, engrossing story, and jaw-dropping ending. Variety announced today that David A. Armstrong, cinematographer for the Saw franchise, is to direct a live-action adaptation of Robert’s series. Check our our review. More details from Variety after the jump.
Project’s produced “Crawl” author Alan Robert, Jeff Mazzola and Chris White. The producers are seeking a writer to adapt “Crawl.”
The recently published IDW comic, which takes place in an isolated country town during the frigid winter months, centers on a young family as they cope with a series of disturbing events that force them to question their relationship, their faith and their very existence.
Armstrong’s currently directing the indie hostage drama “Pawn,” starring Michael Chiklis and Forest Whitaker.
IDW announced Tuesday that the first printing of “Crawl to Me” has sold out within a week of its release and said that as a result, it’s scheduling a second pressing”
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