‘Until Dawn’ Horror Video Game Headed To The Big Screen

by Thomas Tuna

A remote cabin in the woods. Nighttime. A psychopath nearby. Never a good combination.

Until Dawn–the 2015 interactive horror video game from Supermassive Games–is getting a film adaptation from Screen Gems and PlayStation, according to The Hollywood Reporter. At this early stage, there’s been no word of production schedules or a release window.

The upcoming film will be directed by David F. Sandberg (Lights Out) from a screenplay by Gary Dauberman (Salem’s Lot), based on a draft by Blair Butler (The Invitation). Sandberg and Dauberman also serve as producers–alongside Roy Lee, Asad Qizilbash and Carter Swan.

Details on the film’s plot are being held close to the vest, but Screen Gems has described the feature as an “R-rated love letter to the horror genre–centering on an ensemble cast.”

The Until Dawn game follows eight teenagers who spend the night in a cabin in the Blackwood Mountains one year after the disappearance of the twin sisters of a member of their group. Soon after they arrive, the group is attacked by a psychopath–and they must find a way to survive until sunrise.

Keep reading Horror News Network for further updates on this film adaptation of Until Dawn.

 

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