After years of rumours and speculation by his fans, cult horror movie legend Michael Armstrong has finally been lured out of retirement by Paper Dragon Productions to direct his first major feature film for over forty years.
Following his 1970 genre classic, Mark Of The Devil, pictured, which shocked audiences and broke box office records worldwide, fans will be delighted to learn that Armstrong is to direct his much anticipated screenplay Orphanage, which shouldn’t be confused as the in-development remake of Juan Antonio Bayona’s Spanish language El Orfanato.
Described as a sociological suspense shocker, a complete veil of secrecy has now been thrown around the project as it heads into immediate development.
Written and directed by Michael Armstrong, Orphanage will be produced by Paul Horsfield and Jonathan Jones, with Neil Jackson and Kevin James executive producing for Paper Dragon Productions.
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