One of the better horror anthologies, V/H/S, premiered back in 2012 and surprised audiences around the world. For those of you have seen the anthology, it wouldn't be a major surprise if you remembered the first short titled "Amateur Night" which was directed by David Bruckner. The short follows three men who go barhopping looking to pickup women. Once the men make their way back to their hotel room with two women, things begin to go awry when one of the girls isn't exactly what she seems.
Now it seems as though we'll be getting a spin-off of the short film called Siren.
A bachelor party becomes a savage fight for survival when the groomsmen unwittingly unleash a fabled predator upon the festivities.
The biggest question surrounding the production of the film was whether or not star Hannah Fierman would return to the role of Lily. Fortunately enough, it looks as though she will return for more flesh-indulging terror.
Siren is slated to premiere on Chiller in 2016. The film will be directed by Gregg Bishop, who was also the director of the magician short in V/H/S Viral. Bishop has also done films such as Dance of the Dead and The Other Side. Both films have gained a popular audience, giving us just as much hope for this new film. The script is written by Ben Collins and Luke Pitrowski and David Bruckner is set as executive producer.