Talk about a long road to the screen. The last time we heard anything about Sandor Stern’s 1988 horror flick Pin was in early 2011. Things happen, ya know, but finally there’s a bit of movement to report on.
The remake of Pin is finally getting going after years of woes pertaining to the rights. Jack Reher adapted it, and Nicholas Bogner (Corrosion) is on board to produce. The search for a director has ended and will be announced shortly. From what we hear, he’s a fan favorite and consistently directs horror films that audiences like.
More on that when we get it!
Meet Pin, a harmless mute and lifeless fantasy in little Leon’s mind – a fantasy that initially took form when Leon’s father imparted life lessons to him through the use of an anatomical dummy. At first a source of amusement and comfort, Pin demonically evolves into the object of Leon’s mad fixation. Soon, Leon and Pin quietly but thoroughly eliminate anyone who intrudes into their private world.
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