Jason Harlow Announces Remake to Umberto Lenzi’s Ghosthouse.

Jason Harlow refuses to let cult movies die. And I’m actually just fine with that!

After making a bloody splash with his original feature, Cleaver: Rise of the Killer Clown in 2015, Harlow dove head first into reviving several horror films that you may have forgot about. First, he began an official sequel to VHS classic Evil Night (1992), which even features the blessings of and behind-the-scenes work from creator Todd Jason Cook. Look for Another Evil Night in 2018. Then, Harlow served as an associate producer on the unofficial, non-canonical sequel Amityville: Evil Never Dies in 2017. Now, he’s resurrecting a new movie that may interest you.

Earlier this month, it was announced that Harlow was working on a remake to Umberto Lenzi’s 1988 cult classic, Ghosthouse. The news broke when Harlow shared a character breakdown on social media with the title displayed for the world to see. However, Jason isn’t embarking on this journey alone. Although he is serving as co-writer and producer, he’ll share behind-the-scenes, decision-making responsibilities with writer Mike Reeb and director Dustin Ferguson (The Legacy of Boggy Creek, Slumber Party Slasherthon).

Ghosthouse is currently in the early phases of production, with a first draft of the script having been completed on February 2, 2018. Look for more news on the Ghosthouse remake soon!

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