The director behind My Bloody Valentine 3D and Dracula 2000 is at it again.
Patrick Lussier this week took to his Instagram account to announce he is in production on a new horror entry–Play Dead—according to JoBlo.com. The storyline and casting are unknown at this early point in time, but the cinematographer is Mac Fisken, who worked on Ritual and Carnage Park.
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Lussier–who worked as a film editor on most of Wes Craven’s later movies, including Wes Craven’s New Nightmare and Vampire in Brooklyn–made his directorial debut in 2000 with The Prophecy 3: The Ascent, the same year he co-wrote and directed the Wes Craven-produced Dracula 2000.
In addition to My Bloody Valentine 3D (2009), Lussier also directed White Noise: The Light (2007) and Drive Angry (2011), before turning to the small screen and helming the second season finale of the MTV Scream series (2016) and an episode of The Purge series (2019).
With so many question marks floating around this new film, keep reading Horror News Network for the latest on Play Dead.