October 21, 2006 02:05:31 GMT
Dimension Films will turn David Loucka's pitch "The Boathouse" into the big screen.
Seemingly eager to revamp sex thriller genre, Dimension Films has picked up David Loucka's pitch "The Boathouse" to bring it up to the big screen with Ehren Kruger and Daniel Bobker to produce.
Described by Kruger as a "standout horror story, a scary film that explores sexual seduction in a way that the genre rarely braves to do", the project concerns a man who suspects his new girlfriend may be cursed upon finding out that her past lovers died under suspicious circumstances. Iain Softley is on board to direct also to produce alongside his partner Sarah Curtis via their Forthcoming Productions.
For Softley, the picture sure will become another collaboration he makes with both Kruger and Bobker. The threesome previously teamed up together in Universal's 2005 production of "The Skeleton Key" which Softley helmed based on Kruger's script with Bobker producing.