Originally Posted by MisoGenie
I agree that Coscarilli is a perfect match for this material, although I haven't read the source material either. I'm hoping for a real Phantasm-vibe with this one, while it stands alone as it own entity. I think that he's proved himself more than capable of pulling a surreal film such as this off with a low budget.
The material is a bit more focused than Phantasm, though there are elements that seem to be right out of that film as well. Plus, Paul Giamatti is a perfect fit for the role that is he seems to be playing based on the novel.