Paramount’s ‘Gasp’ Explores The Horrors Of Online Dating

February 14, 2017

Written by Kelli Marchman McNeely

Kelli Marchman McNeely - Horror Fuel CEO & Executive Producer Email: [email protected]

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Lets face it, dating these days is scary. With more people turning to dating apps there are more opportunities for evil people to find victims, that is the premise behind Paramount’s recently acquired the pitch for the film ‘Gasp’, Deadline reports. What makes the film so scary? It’s based on a number of true stories of women falling victim to online predators using dating apps.
“Gasp’ centers on “a female detective gone undercover online to catch a killer who is murdering women he meets on a specific popular dating app. She starts to fall for one of the suspects who has been cleared, only to discover that he may in fact be the killer.”
 
Set to be penned by Mario Celays, ‘American Horror Story’s’ Jessica Sharzer will co-produce along with Adam Shankman and Jennifer Giggot.
 

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