<i>Saw</i> Cinematographer to Direct Adaptation of IDW's <i>Crawl to Me</i>

Saw cinematographer David A. Armstrong is attached to direct an adaptation of Crawl to Me, the horror comic by Life of Agony bassist Alan Robert, Variety reports.

The miniseries, which debuted in July from IDW Publishing, is set in an isolated town during the winter months, where a young family copes with a series of disturbing events that forces them to question their relationship, their faith and their existence:

The story follows husband and wife, Ryan and Jessica. As they move into their first home together, strange things begin to occur. Half-eaten animals and other remains are found inside the basement’s crawl space. Their family dog disappears within the house.  Distant voices are heard from beneath the floorboards. The couple begins to think that an evil entity is living inside their walls. Nothing can prepare them for what they’ll discover, but Ryan and Jessica soon realize that they must set aside all they believe to be true, in order to face their inevitable reality.

Armstrong's is directing the indie hostage drama Pawn, which reunites The Shield alums Michael Chiklis and Forest Whitaker. Crawl to Me is produced by Robert, Jeff Mazzola and Chris White, who are looking for a writer.

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