It's been a few years since we've heard anything regarding the horror sequel The Amityville Horror: The Lost Tapes, but producer Jason Blum revealed in a recent interview that the project is still moving forward.

"Nope. Still going, still going, still going, still going. We're going to make that movie and it's very cool. But I don't quite know yet when."
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David Bruckner (The Signal) was originally slated to direct, but it isn't known if he is still involved in the project. Here's the official synopsis for that horror sequel.

"An ambitious female television news intern, on the verge of breaking the most famous haunted house case in the world, leads a team of journalists, clergymen and paranormal researchers into an investigation of the bizarre events that will come to be known as The Amityville Horror, only to unwittingly open a door to the unreal that she may never be able to close."

The producer also talked about the possibility of an Insidious spin-off TV series focusing on Specs (Leigh Whannell), Tucker (Angus Sampson) and Elise (Lin Shaye), although that wouldn't happen until the movie franchise is over.

"I'd like to do that. I don't think you can do that while we're still making movies. Now Leigh is writing the third Insidious, so we have to see how far we can take the series of movies [...] but I believe very strongly that once that kind of comes to a close you can do a series, and I think soon we'll be in a place where you can have a series at the same time. Although right now people are too nervous to have that."

Plus, he also talked about a new TV pilot his that just wrapped production, entitled Eye Candy, along with another unspecified project that starts shooting next year.

"There's something which I'm very proud of which I've been working on in a while, and we're going to start shooting in about two months. Sadly, I can't tell you what it is. Next time we talk we'll be shooting it. And there's another series that we shot a pilot. Catherine Hardwicke did a pilot for us. It's called Eye Candy that Victoria Justice starred in, which also, depending on if they pick it up or not, they haven't weighed in, could become our series. They haven't weighed in yet on whether or not they're going to pick it up but the pilot is finished and I'm really proud of it. So between that and the one that we're shooting - we're going to shoot multiple episodes - we're going to have something on the air very soon."

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