Ti West to Direct Haunting Follow-Up

Ti West to Direct Haunting SequelIt seems as if ghosts are once again riding high on Hollyweird’s agenda because the haunting news just keeps on coming! We’re gonna need an old priest and a young priest — STAT!

According to Bloody-Disgusting Ti West, director of The Roost, Trigger Man, Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever, and The House of the Devil, is being tapped by Gold Circle Films to direct the follow-up to their successful “>The Haunting in Connecticut film – The Haunting in Georgia.

Shooting could begin as early as this September in Canada based on a script written by David Coggeshall (Clock Tower). Check out the synopsis below.

“The film is based on the true story. Once moved into their modest home situated on what was once an Old South plantation, a young couple grow concerned when their daughter begins encountering mysterious strangers that no one else can see. Their fear is heightened when they themselves become witness to terrifying phenomena in and around the house, giving clues to unlock a chilling mystery that has remained a closely-guarded secret for generations.”

Look for more soon!

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  • vorodex999

    I think Ti West will bring an interesting take to this.

  • doubleh55

    What ever happened to Cabin Fever 2?

    • Caterpillar

      It fell victim to the same change in managment that also prevented MMT and REPO from getting decent releases. Except that in this case Lions Gate chose not to release the film at all. Same thing with those FEAR ITSELF DVDs, for example. The new regime there just doesn’t want to put these older productions out, even if the company loses money because of it.

      • Avid Fan

        Seems like Lion’s Gate loves to get behind interesting projects, and then once it’s finished (initial filming anyways), they drop the ball big time.