A film adaptation of Capcom's horror franchise Clock Tower is set to begin production this fall, according to entertainment website Variety.com.
Jorge Olguin, a well-known figure in the movie industry in his home country of Chile, will direct the video game adaptation. Olguin also directed Angel Nero (2000) and Sangre Eterna (2002), both of which are horror films that received acclaim in Chile.
Olguin landed the job after developing an animated storyboard for the movie that featured the infamous Clock Tower villain, Scissorman.
The script for the Clock Tower movie has already been written by Jake Wade Wall, who also penned the script for the 2006 film When a Stranger Calls.
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