Do you still have night terrors?

Red Granite Pictures, the production company behind the 2014 dark fantasy horror-comedy Horns and Scorsese’s 2013 hit The Wolf of Wall Street has something new in the works, according to a Variety report.

The project is said to be a “psychological horror [film] that centers on a young medical technician as he begins to experience disturbing and unexplainable events while treating a mysterious female patient who suffers from night terrors.”

Variety adds: “Red Granite’s co-founders and co-chairmen Riza Aziz and Joey McFarland are producers. Seth W. Owen, who wrote the comedy The Runaround, will be writing the script.”

We don’t have much more info than that, but it seems like a great premise and could be a cool original horror flick. Thoughts?




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