“A death-defying Bolivian adventure in the primordial forest… The setting of Ferencik’s second female-driven adventure thriller is hair-raisingly vivid, replete with tarantulas, piranhas, jaguars, and electric eels.”
“The closest thing to an actual hell ride you’ll ever experience (one hopes.) Thrilling, bloody, and ferocious.”
“[A] ferocious fever dream of a thriller… Ferencik delivers an alternately terrifying and exhilarating tale.”
Miramax has acquired screen rights to The River at Night. The project will be shaped by Kevin Williamson and Eli Roth.
“Erica Ferencik paints a picture of a jungle ripe with the amorality of nature, where dropping one’s guard or losing focus means death from any number of sources — enormous water snakes or minute poisonous frogs or flesh-eating parasites — and the humans, be they gun-toting poachers or antagonistic villagers, are actually the least frightening forms of life.” -Vanessa Friedman