6 December 2012 6:22 PM, PST | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Paramount Pictures created Insurge Pictures for exactly one reason: to produce ultra-small films like Paranormal Activity that can make their budget back from midnight screenings alone. Hell, when the announcement it was said they had 10 projects in development with budgets of only $100,000. The first picture to be released by the studio arm was The Devil Inside earlier this year - which not only earned scorn from critics but audiences as well - and now Insurge has made a move towards another project. Deadline says that the banner has acquired the rights to the script Family Vacation. The thriller was written by Eric Reese, but unfortunately there isn't any other information about the project available at this time. Given the studio it's likely that the movie will be a found footage project, as that's currently the easiest shortcut in Hollywood to excuse a cheap-looking film. According to his IMDb profile Reese »

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