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Christopher Buehlman's recent 1930s set novel will offer sacrifice on the big screen.
Deadline reports that Tod "Kip" Williams (PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 2, THE DOOR IN THE FLOOR) will write and direct an adaptation of Buehlman's tale of town sacrifice that sees a World War I veteran move to small town in Georgia with his family after inheriting a home from his grandfather. Plagued by the Great Depression, the town ends its odd practice of sending two pigs across the river, and ultimately reaps the consequences from whatever they were offering to.
Sounds like the story could inspire some good period-set Southern gothic. Have you read the novel? Worth picking up?
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