There is something completely fascinating about killer kids. I can’t get enough of the numerous crime shows dedicated to the topic–I’m watching Killer Kids as I write this–and now I can rejoice because I will be able to satiate my lust for the terrifying topic with the horror remake, Who Can Kill A Child, currently renamed Child’s Play for American audiences. The film will premiere at Cannes thanks to Fox International Productions.
Child’s Play will star Vinessa Shaw, whom I’ve loved ever since Hocus Pocus and The Hills Have Eyes remake, as a pregnant woman being terrorized by possessed children on a remote island. The remake of the 1976 Spanish film will be directed by Makinov (He’s like Prince or Madonna except, less important) and will also star Ebon Moss and Gimenez Cacho.
Since there is already an American horror classic titled, Child’s Play, which created an overwhelming fear of dolls for children everywhere, this remake will most likely be renamed. If not, Makinov is a dumbass.
The original film, directed by Narciso Ibáñez Serrador, centered around American tourists who fall prey to murderous children on an island.