STEVENS CREATES GHOSTS
Have you ever heard of a film about people creating a ghost? Not necessarily by killing someone, but actually creating one out of thin air? Neither have I, but that's the premise of David Ambrose's book Superstition which, it was announced recently is being penned, has a film adaptation on the way being penned by Neil Marshall (Thirteen Ghosts) Stevens.
Superstition is about a university psychologist that gathers together eight people to test his theory that a ghost can be conjured of our their collective imagination, but soon learns that you really shouldn't mess with such things. When the ghost appears and some don't believe he's who he says he is, those some start dying.
Michael Bay's Platinum Dunes is producing the film, which Stevens has expressed an interest in directing, as well. We'll keep our eyes on this one, cause it sounds like a damn cool idea. In the mean time, you can click here to get the book the film will be based on, which has all kinds of good reviews all over the 'net.
Courtesy of Creature Corner