I've always thought that Dostoevsky's The Double was rich material. The surrealist trip of a novella that is either a kind of dark fantasy or a frighteningly accurate depiction of mental illness setting in is chilling and unsettling. Adapting it to present day with Jesse Eisenberg, well, that just adds to the unsettling part. He can certainly do creepy when he wants to, and that creepiness should be especially interesting when played against himself. I had myself thought of a dark fantasy or sci fi work that echoed The Double, but it looks like this adaptation is going to be better than anything I might pull together. Now, if only we can get another adaptation of The Idiot, another one of my Dostoevsky favorites.