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Horror is experiencing a rebirth, thanks in large part to the work of producer Jason Blum. He is the man behind Paranormal activity, I leftand next Hallowe'en, but his production company Blumhouse has not yet hired a director to direct a theatrical horror movie. Matt Patches, of Polygon, asked Blum about that record, to which Blum said he had been trying to work with a director in a horror movie, but that "there are not a lot of female directors, let alone that they are inclined to make horror. "" I am a great admirer of
The[[Babadook director]Jennifer Kent, "he added. "I've offered her all the movies we've had available, she's rejected me every time." (Kent was not available to comment on Polygon's story). Blum also told Polygon that he had offered projects to Leigh Janiak, who directed Honeymoon in 2014, but nothing had come together yet (he also told Polygon that they had been in conversations about various ideas). Until then, Blum should know that there are many other directors who, you know, continue to exist.