Final Destination Writer Jeffrey Reddick Is Dabbling in Superstition with the Goetz Brothers


No, this isn’t a remake of the 1982 flick Superstition (though it did give me a reason to post the super-cool artwork from it), and it’s not a continuation of the story from The Gallows, which was known for a time as Superstition. This is a different beast from one of our favorite writers!

According to The Tracking Board, a new horror flick is on the horizon, and director brothers Kevin Goetz and Mike Goetz (Scenic Route, Martyrs) have signed on to direct. Superstition is written by Jeff Reddick and currently set up at Lionsgate.

The film takes place on a college campus, skewing the film younger just as Reddick’s Final Destination films did. When two unrelated deaths happen on campus, a betting pool is set up to figure out who will die next because deaths always come in threes (similar to that celebrity death myth). However, when a student wins the pool, murderous consequences merge.

Various production companies, including CodeBlack Films, Global Renaissance Group Entertainment, and Ingenious Media Services Limited, are developing the project. Christina Sibul is overseeing for CodeBlack.

Reddick is set to executive produce, with Arthur Wylie, Carol Ann Shine, Dale Godboldo, and Stephanie Denton producing.




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