Virgil Film has picked up the U.S. rights to Foreclosure, a horror movie starring Michael Imperioli, reports Heat Vision.
“Imperioli stars as a father who, with his son and father-in-law, travels to the house of a recently deceased relative. The discovery of a disturbing photograph in the basement leads to horrifying occurrences.”
The movie was written and directed by Richard Ledes, whose two previous films, Fred Won’t Move Out and The Caller, were also picked up by Virgil.
The company is planning for a theatrical and VOD release in first quarter 2014.
Spencer List and Bill Raymond are among those cast in the movie.
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