Sam Raimi’s Ghost House Pictures production company is revving up another little tale of terror. This time its ‘Dibbux Box’, a fictionalised retelling of LA Times reporter Leslie Gornstein’s story ‘Jinx in a Box’, about an antique wooden box purchased on eBay that contained an evil spirit and was brought to America by a Holocaust survivor after World War II.
“It’s a really great story.” Raimi says. “We’re trying to find a director right now. We want someone who wants to make something different and unusual and terrifying. If you get on the internet and check out the Dibbux Box, you’ll come across the most terrifying website – I’m not kidding”.
We believe he may be referring to particularly odd site: http://www.dibbukbox.com/
Apparently Raimi and co not only the feature rights to it but also the documentary rights.
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