Horror Flick From Paramount Players Lands Director

by Thomas Tuna

Genre filmmaker Adam Randall has a new “curfew”.

The director of the current Netflix vampire entry Night Teeth–which debuted on the streamer this week–has signed on to helm Curfew, according to a report on Deadline. No casting or production details of the Paramount Players project have been revealed at this early juncture.

Curfew–written by Isa Mazzei (working off revisions by Jaki Bradley and Kevin Armento of the original spec)–follows a rebellious teenage girl who’s sent to live with her grandmother in a quiet town “whose quirky traditions include a curfew banning anyone from going out at night,” according to the official synopsis. When the teenager ventures out one evening, she discovers “the murky truth behind the town’s mysterious history.”

Randall–who also directed the Helen Hunt-led horror film I See You–called Curfew “a fun monster movie that harkens back to Amblin movies of yore. There is an intriguing conflict between the teenage girl and the older generation, but it also has the thrills and action of a monster movie.”

Curfew is produced by Vincent Gatewood (Night Teeth) and Chris Armogida (We Summon the Darkness), with Bob Shaye on board as executive producer.

Randall’s Night Teeth–written by Brent Dillon–follows a college student who lands a one-night gig as chauffeur, but the two young women who hire him have an “insatiable thirst for blood” and lead him into a war between vampires and the protectors of the human world.

Keep reading Horror News Network for further updates on Curfew.


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