New Horror Stories for Your "Amusement"

"Amusement," a new project from Jake Wade Wall, writer of the "When a Stranger Calls" remake, will soon be setting up at New Line. It seems to be a horror anthology thing, not unlike "Creepshow," "Tales from the Darkside" or ... "Grim Prairie Tales."

From The Hollywood Reporter: "Picturehouse and New Line International have acquired worldwide rights to the suspense, horror film "Amusement." (It) tells of three seemingly different women's fears. Simpson previously directed "Freeze Frame."

Mr. Wall also has the "Hitcher" remake underway.

Comments

santyclaus

max fletcher

it seems like everyday there's some tidbit on some new horror movie. is anyone else ready for this trend to go away? "the ring" was successful, i get it, that doesn't mean you have to make 10 billion horror movies a year, enough already

May 26 - 01:51 PM

The Shape

Ross Vogelpohl

I love horror movies. True there are a bunch of crappy ones coming out lately but every now and then a good one comes out. Why complain about them making horror movies? All you have to do is ignore it and not see it.

May 26 - 09:52 PM

gemini0577

Ricky Rodriguez

Agreed. i also like horror movies and I actually think there is a shortage of good ones in theaters these days but I do hope the trend does not go away.

May 30 - 04:46 AM

Potato VI

Potato 69

I think, gifted people should keep making horror movies. Every now and then, some gem would pop up for our pleasure. Alexandre Aja for example, with 'Haute Tension'.

Jun 27 - 04:07 PM

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