Victor Garcia was recently attached to an adaptation of Alan Robert’s comic book, Crawl to Me, and today a new one-sheet has surfaced (via Movies.com).
Rodar y Rodar came aboard to produce the film. That’s the company behind The Orphanage and Julia’s Eyes. Head inside for the art.
The story follows husband and wife, Ryan and Jessica. As they move into their first home together, strange things begin to occur. Half-eaten animals and other remains are found inside the basement’s crawl space. Their family dog disappears within the house. Distant voices are heard from beneath the floorboards. The couple begins to think that an evil entity is living inside their walls. Nothing can prepare them for what they’ll discover, but Ryan and Jessica soon realize that they must set aside all they believe to be true, in order to face their inevitable reality. We’ll keep you updated with more information as production moves forward.
Return to House on Haunted Hill and Gallows Hill director Victor Garcia has booked his next gig: An adaptation of the IDW graphic novel “Crawl to Me.” Rodar y Rodar (The Orphanage) is on board to produce the project which was created by Life of Agony’s Alan Robert.
Alan Robert’s graphic novel Crawl to Me is getting the adaptation treatment. As previously reported, David Armstrong (the Saw franchise’s director of photography) is attached to director. At the time of his involvement, the project was looking for a writer and it appears it has found two.
According to Noise Creep, David White and T.J. Cimfel will tackle the story. Producers Robert, Jeff Mazzola and Chris White are shepherding the project.
White and Cimfel have penned the thriller Shut In, currently in development. Cimfel scripted the upcoming No Tell Motel.
Crawl to Me, the IDW-published comic book by writer/musician Alan Robert, is moving foward as a feature film. Robert previously penned the graphic novel Wire Hangers, which garnered him recognition on the horror comic book scene.
Producers Robert, Jeff Mazzola and Chris White are shepherding the project and have attached David A. Armstrong to direct. Armstrong provided the visual blueprint for the Saw franchise as he was the cinematographer.
A writer is currently being sought to adapt Crawl to Me.