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While they may still be casting for the film adaptation of Brian Keene's Dark Hollow, a new, slick poster has been released to the fans (above).
When local women in a rural Pennsylvanian town start disappearing, writer Adam Shay and his neighbours discover an unholy evil dwelling deep in the forest: a satyr - a supernatural half-man, half goat creature, hellbent on protecting itself and spreading it's seed.
I'm really excited for Dark Hollow because I immensely enjoyed the book (originally titled as The Rutting Season). A lot of Keene's work is begging for film adaptations, and even though I think the TV movie Ghoul (based on Keene's novel of the same name) left a lot to be desired, I have faith in this one. From what I've been reading, Keene appears to be more hands-on with Dark Hollow than with Ghoul. In addition, director and co-screenwriter Paul Campion impressed Charlotte with his debut The Devil's Rock.
The Dark Hollow screenplay was co-written by Paul Finch. No word on who stars yet, nor a release date, but keep an eye out here and we'll keep you posted.
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