Mark Duplass Revisits ‘Creep’ Franchise With ‘The Creep Tapes’ Series Adaptation

Mark Duplass announced today he has completed production on The Creep Tapes, a half-hour horror TV series based on the Netflix original films Creep and Creep 2, in which he starred.

Duplass revealed the series on social media in a cryptic post with no audio and only the words “Coming Soon” at the end.

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The series was independently produced by Duplass Brothers Productions. The company is presenting the series to buyers, with CAA handling world sales.

The Creep Tapes stars Duplass and is written and created by Duplass and the director of the original films, Patrick Brice, who also directed all episodes of the series. Chris Donlon is both editor and EP on the project.

Per Duplass, “the series is based on a collection of video tapes in the secret vault of the world’s deadliest and most socially uncomfortable serial killer, who hires his victims to film him for the day under false pretenses. Each episode exposes a new victim from one of the fabled ‘Creep Tapes.’”

Along with Mark Duplass, the series was produced by Jay Duplass and Mel Eslyn under Duplass Brothers Productions.

The first film, Creep in 2014, was filmed as found footage. In it, Brice portrays a videographer assigned to record an eccentric client, played by Duplass. In the 2017 sequel, Creep 2, Duplass reprises his role from the first film as a serial killer who lures unsuspecting videographers to their deaths, with Desiree Akhavan portraying his latest target.

Watch the teaser below.

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