Radcliffe plays a man accused of murder, who wakes up with a hangover and horns on head in the movie, which is adapted from horror maestro Stephen King's son Joe Hill's novel, reported Contactmusic.
"I think it has the potential to capture something in people's imaginations. It's a crazy story but its really compelling... "It's definitely going to be unusual. Its far and away the best script I've read coming out of a big studio in the time that I've been off 'Potter'," he said.
The 23-year-old actor said despite having a lean and thin built, he managed to land leading roles in blockbusters like "The Woman in Black". "I'm not a conventional leading man in terms of being athletically built and big. I think that plays into my favour in terms of fitting into weirder, more challenging roles," he added.