Things have been quiet for Neil Marshall after the release of his Centurion back in 2010, but the director of The Descent and Doomsday is getting back to the genre with Hellfest, the CBS Films horror project about a costumed killer who systematically slaughters the unsuspecting visitors – who believe it’s all part of the show – on Halloween night.
The plan is for this to be his next movie and start production by summer next year. The hope is to launch a horror franchise. Scripted by William Penick and Chris Sey, Hellfest is produced by Gale Anne Hurd (Terminator, “The Walking Dead”) through her Valhalla Entertainment banner.
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