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Thomas Jane is getting back in the director's chair - after Dark Country - to helm Wet House, based on a script by Jack Reher. The film is loosely based on Charles Dickens' "The Signal-Man" and we've got a look at some teaser art inside.
The film concerns a psychiatrist treating a patient that they encounter in a Wet House that is able to predict tragic events. As the film unfolds, the doctor starts to lose grip on their sanity and is haunted by something sinister within the establishment.
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Thomas Jane will direct and star in a new horror-thriller titled The Wet House.
The film is set in an institute where drug addicts beyond recovery go to die, and is loosely based on Charles Dickens's ghost story The Signal-Man, Bloody Disgusting reports.
Dickens's book tells the story of a railway worker who is haunted by a spectre that informs him of train crashes before they happen.
The Wet House is yet to be given a release date.
Former Punisher and Mist-battler Thomas Jane had a rough ride with the studio bods on his last directorial effort Dark Country. He publicly complained about the final cut and the lack of a theatrical release, but the experience doesn't seem to have burned him too badly, since he's about to head back behind the camera for The Wet House, in which he'll also star.The title refers to an establishment that's kind of the polar opposite of a rehab facility: a wet house is apparently a place where substance abusers and addicts go to die, when their afflictions place them beyond recovery. It's a new one on us, but writer Jack Reher seems confident that it's a thing. The film's story involves a doctor at the facility - presumably Jane's character - enduring a haunting and slowly losing his mind.Reher's screenplay is loosely based on, of all things, a short story by Charles Dickens. »
3 items from 2013
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