Argentine director-producer Daniel de la Vega, helmer of Faye Dunaway thriller Jennifer’s Shadow, is re-launching supernatural horror movie White Coffin, reports Variety.
Coffin writers are Latin American film genre pioneers, brother Ramiro and Adrian Garcia Bogliano, the latter a multiple-prize winner at Austin’s Fantastic Fest with Here Comes the Devil, pictured.
“White Coffin hypothesizes around the possibility of a mother committing matricide, something that could be scarier than her own death,” De la Vega said at Ventana Sur. White Coffin is “a genre auteur film” which tips its hat to horror film classics from Hammer Productions, Roger Corman movies and House of Wax.
Set up at De la Vega’s Buenos Aires-based shingle FuriaFilms, “Coffin” is scheduled for an early 2015 shoot.