Ubisoft's Cold Fear may not have sold very well but that didn't stop Avatar Films and Sekretagent Productions as they have optioned big screen rights to Darkworks survival horror game Cold Fear. According to Variety they are hoping the scary atmosphere and compelling story, Coast Guard Officer trying to reconnect with his daughter is adrift on a whaling ship infested with aliens, will appeal to horror fans. The producers are currently looking at directors before pitching the project to movie studios.
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'Cold Fear' (PS2/Xbox/PC) Coming to The Big Screens
by Rainier on April 7, 2006 @ 1:44 p.m. PDT
Experience an intense, innovative and clever horror experience in a realistic, constantly shifting environment out at sea in Cold Fear by Ubisoft. Cold Fear puts you in the role of Tom Hansen a US Coast Guard crewman whose team is sent to investigate a drifting, abandoned Russian whaling ship. Prepare to face the horrors lurking beneath its bloodstained decks. Shoot your way through a bloodsoaked nightmare straight out of a horror movie. Confront hordes of alarmingly intelligent enemies as the ship's deck lurches constantly under your feet.