Peter Block has long been a supporter of the horror genre, and his latest production endeavor A Bigger Boat is getting set to further increase its horror catalog with yet another tale of terror!
According to Variety FilmNation Entertainment and A Bigger Boat are combining to finance and produce House at the End of the Street, a psychological thriller based on a story written by Jonathan Mostow.
The film will be directed by Mark Tonderai from a David Loucka script. House at the End of the Street is described as a thriller in the vein of Psycho, aimed at a contemporary young audience.
A Bigger Boat’s Peter Block will produce with FilmNation’s Aaron Ryder, Mostow, and Hal Lieberman. “We believe this will be to ‘Psycho’ what ‘Disturbia’ was to ‘Rear Window,’ but with the addition of a strong female lead,” Ryder said.
Production will be starting later this year. That will likely make the film the first production for FilmNation since Basner formed the venture in 2008 as an international sales arm and brought Ryder in shortly after to start a production division. Block just wrapped the John Carpenter-directed thriller The Ward as well as Adam Green’s Frozen.
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