I’d be disingenuous if I claimed that I didn’t imagine my novels as horror films, so it’s always special when someone in the film business takes an interest and makes a commitment to one of my books. For LAST DAYS it’s actor and writer, Adam Storke, who has stepped up to embrace the Blood Friends. The Unholy Swine is in the mix …
“PRESS RELEASE – JOHN JARROLD LITERARY AGENCY
FILM OPTION DEAL FOR ADAM NEVILL’S AWARD WINNING HORROR NOVEL LAST DAYS
Actor and screenwriter Adam Storke has optioned Adam Nevill’s horror novel LAST DAYS. The book was published in the U.K 2012 by Macmillan UK, and in the U.S. by St Martin’s Press in 2013. It won the British Fantasy Society’s award for Best Horror Novel of the year and has been highly praised.
The story focuses on Kyle Freeman, a deep in debt, documentary filmmaker who reluctantly accepts the financial backing of an enigmatic self-help guru to make a movie about an infamous cult, The Temple of the Last Days. The tale is unique, atmospheric and deeply disturbing.
Adam Storke optioned two other properties, Richard Lange’s THIS WICKED WORLD and THE NIGHT SHE DISAPPEARED by April Henry, which he adapted into screenplays. Storke is represented by the Nethercott Agency. The deal was brokered by Maggie Field on behalf of Storke and The Gotham Group in Los Angeles, representing the John Jarrold Literary Agency.”