‘Saw’ Franchise Writer Set To Helm ‘All My Friends Are Dead’

by Thomas Tuna

There’s a reason why they’re called the “deadly sins”.

All My Friends Are Dead–a new horror film that will be shopped at the Toronto Film Festival–is set to start filming in Canada in November, according to a report on Deadline.

Marcus Dunstan–screenwriter on Saw 3D and Saw VI–will direct from a script by Josh Sims and Jessica Sarah Flaum. Jade Pettyjohn (Destroyer) is in talks to star in the flick.

The film follows a group of college friends “who get a steal on an Airbnb for the biggest musical festival of the year,” according to the synopsis, “but a weekend of partying takes a turn for the worse–as the friends are murdered one by one. And each of the deaths directly corresponds with one of the seven deadly sins.”

John Baldecchi (Happy Death Day) is producing the film, with Kevin Greutert (the Saw franchise) and Jason Resnick serving as executive producers.

Baldecchi said the screenplay has “an entertaining mix of horror and humor that appeals to the die-hard horror fan and comedy fan. The film is fun and scary, with clever plot twists that will keep you guessing until the very end.”

Keep reading Horror News Network for further updates on All My Friends Are Dead.

 

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