Ghost House Pictures, the production company run by Sam Rami has announced that they’re starting Spooky Pictures, a division designed to create thrillers for family audiences. Their first production will be a re-make of “The Substitute.” It’s based on a Danish movie about a sixth-grade class that tires to warn their parents that their substitute teacher is an alien being. (Oh, and he’s evil… Did I mention that?) Scott Derickson, the writer and director of the “The Day the Earth Stood Still,” remake, will write and direct. Warner Bros. will distribute.