Newly launched Chesapeake Films has announced a big plate of horror films set to begin filming soon. George Romero will direct an adaptation of Stephen King’s novel “From a Buick 8″ and Chesapeake big wigs Johnathon Schaech (yes, that Johnathon Schaech) and Richard Chizmar (founder of “Cemetery Dance” magazine) are writing an adaptation of the King and Peter Straub book “Black House.”
While this all sounds very exciting….why is Johnathon Schaech a screenwriter now? Scary indeed.
Read the full story at Variety>>>
Posted on November 9, 2005 in News by Film Threat Staff
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