It looks like Ryan Reynolds is returning to his horror days! (Does anyone not remember 2005 version of The Amityville Horror?)

This time, Reynolds is adding another producing role to his resume, as according to Variety. Twentieth Century Fox will be taking on a film adaptation of The Patient Who Nearly Drove Me Out of Medicine by Jasper DeWitt, and is bringing along Reynolds and Vertigo Entertainment to produce it.

Interestingly enough, this story came from a Reddit post originally published on r/nosleep, a part of the site for "realistic" horror. "Everything is true here, even if it's not," the section reads. The story follows a young doctor looking to find solve a mystery about a certain patient.

Reynolds will produce the film with his Maximum Effort production company, with which he signed a deal with Fox earlier this year. Other films Reynolds and his company are set to produce include Clue, based on the Hasbro game, among other projects.

At this time, no director nor actors are attached to the film.

This article also appears on Mental Floss.