According to the LA Times, Insidious producer Jason Blum is working with Scott Derrickson on “a horror story with a crime at the center.”
That’s all we know.
No title, plot, etc, but they plan to use Insidious‘ model of a low budget and scary story over big stars and pricey FX. Riveting, huh? So let’s use the rest of the space to talk about Derrickson’s output so far. Hellraiser: Inferno is probably the best of the DTV Hellraiser movies, which isn’t really saying much, but still worth noting (I like that it borrowed plot points from Nightbreed). I also think The Exorcism of Emily Rose is one of the best exorcism-based movies to come along since, you know, THE EXORCIST, but the less said about The Day The Earth Stood Still, the better.
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