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See No Evil remake in development at Screen Gems

04.26.2016by: Eric Walkuski
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Another remake for you all to jump with joy about! This time it's the 1971 cult classic SEE NO EVIL, which starred Mia Farrow as a blind woman who finds herself stalked by a lunatic. Sony's genre label (and all around schlock-producer) Screen Gems is developing the project, which Mike Scannell is writing. Unbroken Pictures’ Bryan Bertino (THE STRANGERS) and Adrienne Biddle will produce. 

The original film told the story of...

a young woman (Mia Farrow), blinded in a horse-riding accident who, while convalescing in a mansion belonging to her uncle (Robin Bailey) is terrorized by a psychopath (Paul Nicholas) who murders her uncle, her aunt, and her cousin.

This should make for a nice companion piece with Mike Flanagan's HUSH. Or, of course, the ultimate blind-woman-in-danger movie, WAIT UNTIL DARK. (Where's that remake already?)

Scannell and Unbroken Pictures are also prepping HE'S OUT THERE, which is set to be directed by LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT's Dennis Illiadis.

Extra Tidbit: Are you familiar with the original SEE NO EVIL?
Source: Deadline

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4:58PM on 04/26/2016
I love the original See No Evil. I hope that the Screen Gems remake is even half as good as the original. One hopes that the new film-makers have the brains to film the killer in the same way that Richard Fleischer originally did. They have to. Also, the idiots must cast a lead as capable as Mia Farrow.
Otherwise, granted, Sony might screw-up this exciting opportunity. But, that circumstance will at least put the original See No Evil back on people's radars.
I love the original See No Evil. I hope that the Screen Gems remake is even half as good as the original. One hopes that the new film-makers have the brains to film the killer in the same way that Richard Fleischer originally did. They have to. Also, the idiots must cast a lead as capable as Mia Farrow.
Otherwise, granted, Sony might screw-up this exciting opportunity. But, that circumstance will at least put the original See No Evil back on people's radars.
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