There are several reasons most of the Dread Central staff have relocated to a warmer climate. One – Shoveling sucks. Two – Being cold sucks. Three – Being cold and having to shovel completely sucks. Four – So we’re not stalked by a madman after a snowmobile accident.
According to Deadline, ARC Entertainment has acquired the North American rights to The Frozen, a psychological thriller that marks the directing debut of former development exec Andrew Hyatt. “True Blood”‘s Brit Morgan (pictured), Noah Segan (Looper), and Seth David Mitchell star.
“We’re excited to acquire a film that takes the audience for a ride as the protagonists fight for their survival,” says ARC Entertainment’s CEO Trevor Drinkwater. “Andrew Hyatt has a unique point of view when it comes to storytelling, and it is showcased in The Frozen. What an amazing achievement in his first film as a director!”
Hyatt wrote the script, and Fox Hill Productions’ Samantha Lusk produced. International rights on the film are represented by Roman Kopelevich’s Red Sea Media.
Mike (Mitchell) and Emma (Morgan) take an ill-advised winter camping trip and get stranded in the woods after a snowmobile accident. When he disappears, she is left on her own not only to battle the elements but also to elude a mysterious man (Segan) who has been tracking her through the forest.
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