Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Starz to Develop Adaptation of Personal Effects: Dark Art

Personal Effects: Dark Art by J. C. Hutchins and Jordan Weisman
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The cable network Starz is developing an original series adapted from the 2009 supernatural thriller Personal Effects: Dark Art by J. C. Hutchins and Jordan Wiesman.

Titled The Brink, the series will follow the extensive notes of art therapist Zach Taylor’s investigation into the life and madness of accused serial killer Martin Grace, a blind audio engineer, who claims to have foreseen, but not caused, his victims’ deaths. Zach’s investigations start with interviews and art sessions, but then take him far from the hospital grounds — and often very far from reality as we know it.

Personal Effects: Dark Art is an "interactive" novel in that readers can interact with the real world. For example, the items among Grace’s personal effects that are the keys to understanding his haunted past, and finding the terrifying truth Grace hoped to keep buried, include a phone number where you can listen to the character's voicemail, look up characters and institutions that have real websites, examine personal artifacts included in the text, and so on.

(Source: Deadline|Hollywood)


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