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Joe Hill’s Snapshot 1988 goes to Universal

cemetery-danceJoe Hill’s new horror novella Snapshot 1988 has been quickly bought by Universal, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The story, one of four in a new collection from Hill due out in early 2018, focuses on a 13-year old boy who ends up taking care of his elderly former housekeeper whom he thinks is succumbing to dementia. What he doesn’t know is that her memories are not being lost but stolen by an evil man named The Phoenician who uses a camera that steals memories.

Mike Flanagan and Jeff Howard are in talks to write the adaptation, with Akiva Goldsman and Jason Blum set to produce. The story first appeared in summer 2016 issue of Cemetery Dance.


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