EXCLUSIVE: David Linde‘s Lava Bear has set David Bruckner (The Signal, V/H/S) to direct Intrusion, a thriller script written by L.D. Goffigan. Along with Doug Davison, Tariq Jalil and Lucas Carter, Lava Bear will produce and production has been set to start later this year.

A young woman’s life begins to unravel shortly after moving to San Francisco, when she realizes she’s being pursued by a disturbed stalker. As the assaults and creepy incidents escalate she realizes that she has become the target of something far more sinister and horrifying.

Bruckner directed Amateur Night, the opening segment of the 2012 found-footage horror anthology V/H/S. He made his debut on the 2007 pic The Signal, which he co-directed with Dan Bush and Jacob Gentry.

Davison and Lava Bear CEO Linde previously worked together on The Strangers when Linde was Chairman of Universal Pictures overseeing Rogue Pictures, which produced and distributed the film. The $9 million film grossed north of $50 million domestically. Lava Bear president Tory Metzger will oversee the production.

Bruckner is represented by WME and The Gotham Group.