Cannes: Revolver Picks Up North American Rights to 'House of Last Things'

Writer-director Michael Bartlett's directorial debut also goes to Signature Entertainment for the U.K. market and MiG for Germany.

TORONTO -- Revolver has picked up the North American rights to writer-director Michael Bartlett's House of Last Things.

Double Dutch International also sold the Lindsey Haun and Blake Berris-starring thriller to Signature Entertainment for the U.K. market, and MiG for Germany.

The genre pic about an unspoken tragedy and its effects on a house, its temporary caretakers and the owners, also stars RJ Mitte in his feature film debut after his role as Walter White Jr. in Breaking Bad.

The Revolver deal was negotiated by Ron Moring for Double Dutch and Daniel Brandt for Revolver.

"House of Last Things is the type of film that will satisfy art house and horror fans alike," said Brandt in a statement.