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How David Koepp’s New Horror Novella Yard Work Became a Terrifying Audiobook

News · August 31, 2020

DK talks to Den of Geek about YARD WORK, discovering horror in his own back yard, and collaborating with Kevin Bacon during quarantine. Read More »

Another Degree of Kevin Bacon

News · July 13, 2020

David Bordwell observes YOU SHOULD HAVE LEFT, "a haunted-house story and a disquieting probe into male anxiety." Read More »

DK discusses YOU SHOULD HAVE LEFT in The Hollywood Reporter

News · June 30, 2020

David chats with Brian Davids about the making of YOU SHOULD HAVE LEFT, collaborating with Steven Spielberg, and the fate of Dennis Nedry's Barbasol can. Read More »

YOU SHOULD HAVE LEFT on the Today Show

News · June 19, 2020

Amanda Seyfried and Kevin Bacon chat about our new movie, now available on demand. Read More »

Coming this Summer: Yard Work

News · June 16, 2020

YARD WORK, my new short story read by Kevin Bacon, will be available this summer on Audible Originals. It's scarier and more fun than ACTUAL yard work! Read More »

New “You Should Have Left” Featurette

News · June 15, 2020

Kevin Bacon and Amanda Seyfried talk scary movies and facing your demons in this clip from BloodyDisgusting.com. Read More »

Trailer Debut for “You Should Have Left”

News · June 8, 2020

The trailer for my movie YOU SHOULD HAVE LEFT just posted online, check it out HERE. Creepy fun! The movie comes out June 19th, available on demand everywhere. Seriously, everywhere. It’s actually in your house already, basically just waiting. Watching you. Read More »

Jonny Campbell to Helm Adaptation of David Koepp’s Novel for Paramount

News · April 3, 2020

"Jonny Campbell, who recently directed Netflix’s Dracula series, will helm Paramount’s Cold Storage, an adaptation of veteran screenwriter David Koepp’s first novel." Read More »

Your Quarantine Reader featuring Cold Storage

News · March 12, 2020

"If you can’t get enough plague news in your real life, there’s always fiction." Read More »

Best Books of 2019 / Science Fiction

News · November 22, 2019

"All that stands between humankind and an extinction-level pandemic is a motley assortment of has-beens and no-hopers. It's Michael Crichton with laughs." Read More »