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You know things have gone wrong with cinema when a movie is being hyped as being “to Psycho what Disturbia was to Rear Window.” On behalf of everyone involved, spinning corpse of Alfred Hitchcock, I apologize for House at the End of the Street.
The movie will be directed by British director Mark Tonderai and produced by Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines‘ Jonathan Mostow, who also wrote the storyline for the movie. The Hollywood Reporter relays the news that House has found its stars, as Jennifer Lawrence and Max Thieriot have signed on to play a teen moving into the neighborhood and the scary survivor of a multiple murder, respectively. Here’s hoping that Thieriot is ready to pretend to be Mother.