Eliza Dushku told SCI FI Wire that she thinks her next film is a supernatural horror outing called Open Graves. Why "thinks" rather than "knows"? Well, Open Graves is listed on IMDB as having been completed, but the star of Fox's Dollhouse has no idea what's happening with the long-finished project.
"I don't know," Dushku said in an interview to promote Dollhouse. "I did a film in Spain, but I don't where or how or when it'll be released. It was a horror movie." (The trailer, after the jump, may not be suitable for children.)
Dushku said that the film was directed by Alvaro de Arminan, one of Pedro Almodovar's proteges, making his feature-helming debut. "He sent me this script," she said. "This other actor [Mike Vogel of Cloverfield] that I was collaborating with, we shipped off to Spain to shoot a movie about these American students that are living [and surfing] in Spain, and they come upon this creepy game [which resembles a Ouija board]. And, one by one, the game starts killing these kids."
Dushku said that she is uncertain about the film's fate. "I don't know," she said. "To be honest, I had just talked to the director, and he seemed like an interesting chap. And spending three months in northern Spain sounded like a nice vacation and adventure as well. But I don't really know how it came together."
Open Graves, which was previously titled Mamba, is still without a distributor.