A few months back a bunch of friends and myself discussed how a remake to Sandor Stern’s 1988 horror flick Pin would be crazy awesome, so it comes as no shock that one is currently in development. Bloody Disgusting has exclusively confirmed that Stern will be returning to direct and co-write, alongside Jack Reher (writer of the forthcoming Red Machine and Edge of the Unknown), a redo of the creepy doll movie. What’s different is that the duo will be scripting a movie based on Andrew Neiderman’s novel of the same name. Neiderman is also known for writing the classic “The Devil’s Advocate”. Stern wrote the original The Amityville Horror. Meet Pin, a harmless, mute and lifeless fantasy in little Leon’s mind – a fantasy that initially took form when Leon’s father imparted life lessons to him through the use of anatomical dummy. At first a source of amusement and comfort, Pin demonically evolves into the object of Leon’s mad fixation. Soon, Leon and Pin quietly but thoroughly eliminate anyone who intrudes into their private world.
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