*UPDATE* Neil Marshall to Bring Us Ghost of Slaughterford

Neil Marshall to Bring Us Ghost of SlaughterfordFresh off of bringing the uber-violent sword swinging epic Centurion director Neil Marshall looks to be stepping into the producer’s chair for director Ian D. Fleming’s supernatural thriller Ghost of Slaughterford.

According to The Hollywood Reporter “U.K. sales and finance banner Intandem Films is looking to spook buyers by backing British thriller “Ghost of Slaughterford” while also repping it at this year’s European Film Market in Berlin.

The AFM-listed company said it has boarded the thriller, which is being executive produced by Neil Marshall, the British director who burst into the limelight with low-budget horror hits “Dog Soldiers” and “The Descent.”

The movie will be directed by Ian D. Fleming, who was Marshall’s second-unit director on his upcoming sword and sandal slasher “Centurion.”

The script details the story of a recently widowed novelist who retreats to a rented mansion in the village of Slaughterford to compose a new novel. She is met by local residents, who all warn her against staying in the house, but she resolves to stay before encountering a ghost. But the locals become the ones to fear.”

Though still in the early stages, Ghost of Slaughterford, which was written by and will be starring long-time Marshall collaborator Axelle Carolyn, is expected to roll before the cameras in June. Keep it here for more.

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  • Terminal

    Yeah anything Marshall is behind, I’m behind. So I’ll see this.

  • Vanvance1

    This sounds promising. Most of the worthwhile horror is (and has been) coming out of Europe for the last few years.

    It has gotten so bad I have to cheer on the French! Who likes the French? But now thanks to flicks like Inside and Martyrs I have to break out the metaphorical pom poms.