More chills are on the way from Eli Roth.
Roth–the filmmaker behind such genre hits as Cabin Fever and Hostel–is teaming with Curtis (50 Cent) Jackson on a three-movie deal with 3BlackDot, according to a report on Deadline.
The trio of films–The Gun, Trackmaster and Creature House–will be produced by Electromagnetic Productions, alongside Jackson’s G-Unit Film & Television.
Roth said he’s “excited to bring these stories to life. The team has put together exciting films that will terrify and thrill audiences globally.”
The Gun--written by Kirkland Morris–follows a young man “with a bright future who seeks revenge for his father’s murder,” according to the logline. To that end, he finds a gun “that is haunted by an evil force.”
Trackmaster–written by Justin Calen-Chenn–follows a rap duo who use “a beat of mysterious origins in their new single, and accidentally unleash an ancient spirit that brutally kills anyone who hears it,” according to the synopsis. After the rappers make this discovery, “the race is on to stop the song’s release.”
Creature House–with a screenplay by Dallas Jackson and Kevin Grevioux–picks up after the untimely death of a legendary make-up and visual effects artist. A group of his friends and foes gather at his studio, “only to find themselves trapped in the artist’s horror movie museum as the exhibition creatures supernaturally come to life.”
Keep reading Horror News Network for any further updates on these three films from Eli Roth and Curtis Jackson.