Creature Feature The Lair Brings Hellboy Reboot Director Back to Horror

Neil Marshall is back in a world of horrors. The director of the film Spusk and Hell Boy is on the beach. The Highland Film Group has started a project that will be sold this year to potential buyers on the virtual American film market (AFM). This one, too, seems to be in a hurry to get ready.

According to numerous reports, Neal Marshall will write, produce and direct The Logowe, which is described as an action/horror thriller. There is currently a casting process, although no specific star has yet been named. The shooting should start next spring. The login of the movie was also shown, as follows.

In the middle of the cave is Lieutenant Kate Sinclair, a Royal Netherlands Air Force pilot on her last flight when her jet was shot down over one of the most dangerous rebel strongholds in Afghanistan. She finds refuge in an abandoned underground bunker where deadly, half-human, half-familiar, carnivorous anthropogenic biological weapons are awakened. Sinclair narrowly escaped, but unconsciously follows the creatures known as Ravages to an American military base.

Neil Marshall made his debut with the Dog Soldiers in 2002 and directed his groundbreaking film Descent in 2005. The film is not only a financial success, but also enjoys wide recognition. It was only recently that Marshall completed his work of recovery. In a statement about his new film, the director stated the following.

If The Reckoning was a Gothic drama that testified to the power and resilience of women, then The Lair is my true return to the horror and intense genre action of the Dog Soldiers, Descent and Doomsday. I do something scary, my heart beats and it’s fun. It’s nice to look at the crowd. One roller coaster after another with an adrenaline rush. Spectacular and noisy; inspired by classic genre films such as Aliens, Predator and Thing and their incredible use of the practical FX being. With a new kind of horror on the screen, The Lair will be a rumbling, greedy beast for the film. I’ll fucking get it!

In addition to The Reckoning, Neil Marshall recently directed the unfortunate reset of last year’s Hellboy, which was a critical and commercial bomb. The comic only brought in $44 million in rent. That’s why the logo can be seen as Marshall’s return. As a producer Marshall was also behind Lost in Space Netflix. It seems that Hellboy’s answer hasn’t stopped the director’s career.

Neil Marshall Scarlett Productions produces a film. So far there is no indication of the place of production. This can be difficult given the continuing health and safety challenges in the world. Hollywood had great difficulty resuming production after the closure in March. The Highland Film Group will take care of the worldwide sales of The Lair during the AFM, which starts next week. This message was previously reported as Deadline.

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