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‘Amityville Horror’ Remake Director Wants To Know, ‘UWANTMETOKILLHIM?’

Remember Andrew Douglas? I forgot about him, too, even though I quite dug his remake of The Amityville Horror. He’s back, now in production on UWANTMETOKILLHIM?

In the thriller penned by Mike Walden, “A thriller detailing the true story of a teenage boy’s descent into the dangerous world of the internet and the harrowing consequences of his actions.

When 16 year old Mark meets local girl Rachel on the internet and begins an intense online relationship, he quickly finds that he’s besotted and that he’ll do anything for her. Even befriend her awkward, loner brother John. When Rachel, who is trapped within the grips of an abusive boyfriend, is murdered, Mark and John develop violent desires to avenge her death. The actions draw the attention of a secret government department, as they unwittingly stumble upon an ongoing operation. Soon Mark is recruited to commit a devastating, harrowing crime, one that made British legal history.

Based on true events in the UK in 2003, this is the story of a friendship of opposites and the hidden evils that lurk deep within the Internet.


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