Is that you, grandma?
Rosario–a new horror film headed to the Cannes Film Market–will start production next month in New York City, Colombia and Bogota, according to a report in Variety.
The pic–the feature debut for director Felipe Vargas–is written by Alan Trezza (We Summon the Darkness) and stars Emeraude Toubia as a Wall Street broker who’s is forced to confront an unthinkable evil.
In the film, Rosario spends the night with the corpse of her recently deceased grandmother while waiting for the ambulance to arrive. But, when she’s trapped in her apartment by a bad snowstorm, Rosario “is attacked by supernatural forces that have possessed her grandmother’s corpse,” according to the synopsis.
The target of a deadly family curse, Rosario “must battle everything she knows about her past to save herself and her soul in a desperate attempt to break the evil.”
Vargas said he grew up on “my grandmother’s campfire tales of witchcraft and the macabre. I’m thrilled to bring to life this terrifying tale of an evil family curse.”
Keep reading Horror News Network for further updates on Rosario.