Mick Davis will direct indie horror thriller “3:30 a.m.,” with shooting set for Romania in February.

Slater Brothers Entertainment’s Todd Slater and Eden Vale’s Eric Woods are producing. Duo made the deal at AFM.

Davis, who penned 2007’s “The Invisible” and exec produced TV series “Eleventh Hour,” will helm from his own script.

Producers are in negotiations with Matt Dallas (“Kyle XY”) and Briana Evigan (“Step Up 2”) to co-star in the film.

Davis called the tale a gripping ride and said, “‘3:30 a.m.’ combines the eerie science of the autonomic nervous system with the real horror of one girl’s terrifying journey.”

Slater Brothers recently released theatrically the comedy “My Uncle Rafael,” starring Missi Pyle, John Michael Higgins and Austin Robert Butler. It recently completed production on “The General,” directed by Kenny MacBain, as well as “Horror House,” directed by Evan Marlowe.