A local horror story about Buckout Road in West Harrison may be coming to the big screen, according to Hudson Valley magazine.
Details of the story are often debated, but one popular version has it that anyone who drives to Buckout Road, stops at the red house and honks three times will be torn to pieces by flesh-eating albinos, according to Hudson Valley magazine.
Screenwriter John Pascucci, a former New Rochelle resident, based a screenplay on the Buckout Road story, according to Hudson Valley magazine, which reported that actor/director Jason Priestly along with actors Evan Ross, Romeo Miller and Aaron Ashmore, have been attached to the film project.
Pascucci will use the film, which could be released by Ambush Entertainment, to tell a story about discrimination, according to Hudson Valley magazine.
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