8 items from 2016
Found Footage 3D, 2016
Written and directed by Steven DeGennaro
A group of filmmakers sets out to make the first 3D found footage horror movie, but find themselves In a found footage horror movie when the evil entity from their film escapes into their behind-the-scenes footage.
The guide for FrightFest says that Found Footage 3D hopes to do for the genre what Scream did for slashers. It’s the first post-modern found footage movie that isn’t afraid to play within the genre conventions while also poking fun at them, and for the most part it works. But not everything does.
Part of the issue with Found Footage 3D is that it’s not as clever as it thinks it is, nor does it fully take advantage of its post-modern setting. It »
- Luke Owen
Found Footage 3D Review
A small production team are hard at work on their latest film project, a found footage horror. Worried that the genre has been done to death, star and producer Derek (Carter Roy) comes up with an ingenious idea, to film it in 3D. To further set it apart in the crowded market he also decides that the behind-the-scenes documentary should also be filmed in that format. However, unbeknownst to the crew they have just become the stars of their very own found footage film…
Films within films are always tricky to get your head around, but Found Footage 3D is on a whole different level. This film has more layers than the end section of Inception.
A genre film Found Footage 3D might be, but it also works well as a ‘how to make a found footage film’ guide. Throughout the course of the movie there »
- Kat Hughes
It’s no alien concept that trying to make a movie is difficult. Aside from putting together financing, one has to make sure the right crew is put together. From those working the camera to the cast we get to watch onscreen, if the pieces don’t fit then the movie might come out to be a tangled up mess without any continuity. That can range from behind the scenes drama involving disagreements over final cuts or actors giving an uninspired performance. It’s that great team that can help elevate the film experience to keep viewers coming back for more. Every year in Rosemont, Illinois, the Bruce Campbell Horror Fest hosts a slew of new films, often with the cast and crew of those projects attending to participate in Q&As and interact with fans. This year, one of those movies was director Steven DeGennaro’s Found Footage 3D, »
The set of a scary movie becomes the site of real-life frights in the first trailer for Found Footage 3D, a self-aware horror movie that will make its world premiere at Bruce Campbell’s Horror Film Festival on August 20th in Chicago before enjoying its international premiere at London’s FrightFest on August 29th:
Press Release: Austin, Texas – Wednesday, August 10, 2016 – The terrifying trailer for the upcoming horror film Found Footage 3D was released today. Those with 3D TVs, Vr goggles, Google Cardboard, or red-blue 3D glasses can watch the 3D version of the trailer by signing up for the Found Footage 3D backstage area. The film will celebrate its World Premiere at Bruce Campbell’s Horror Film Festival in Chicago on August 20th, and will also have its International Premiere at FrightFest in London on August 29th. Directed by Steven DeGennaro, Found Footage 3D gives found footage a shot in »
- Derek Anderson
Steven DeGennaro’s Found Footage 3D will have its world premiere at the Bruce Campbell Horror Film Festival in Chicago in August. The horror film is at once a hilarious meta commentary on the absurdity of the found footage genre while also taking it to a new and seemingly terrifying place.
A group of filmmakers sets out to make the first 3D found footage horror movie, but find themselves In the first 3D found footage horror movie when the evil entity from their film escapes into their behind-the-scenes footage.
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In less than one month, Bruce Campbell’s third annual Horror Film Festival will return to Chicago for its third year of celebrating horror movies both old and new. This year’s lineup includes Fede Alvarez’s Don’t Breathe and Darren Lynn Bousman’s Abattoir, the world premiere of Found Footage 3D, a 30th anniversary screening of Night of the Creeps, and much more:
Press Release: Rosemont, Ill., June 22, 2016— Bruce Campbell’s Horror Film Festival, presented by Starz and their hit original series Ash vs. Evil Dead, returns for its third annual festivities on August 18-21, in conjunction with Wizard World Chicago. Today, the Festival announced highlights of the groovy lineup, sponsored by Shudder and Bloody-Disgusting.com, featuring the critically acclaimed opening night nail-biter Don’t Breathe, directed by Fede Alvarez; a salute to genre hero Fred Dekker; an epic event featuring comedian Doug Benson; and a 25th anniversary »
- Derek Anderson
Great news for fans of Joel Schumacher's The Lost Boys—an auction of Dwayne's leather jacket and costume is going on right now and will continue until February 26th. Also: a Q&A with Refuge director Andrew Robertson and release details for MST3K: Vol. Xxxv, Venom, and The Hours Till Daylight.
The Lost Boys & Other Entertainment Memorabilia Auction: Press Release: "Prop Store is pleased to bring vampire Dwayne’s (Billy Wirth) Death Scene Leather Jacket and Costume from the 80’s classic The Lost Boys to their online auction site. Joel Schumacher’s 1987 vampire classic pitted a deadly group of vampires against a pair of brothers in a battle to save their family. The Dwayne vampire jacket on offer comes from the character’s death scene in which Sam (Corey Haim) shoots the vampire with an arrow, sending him back into a stereo which electrocutes him. Resembling a heavily worn biker outfit, »
- Tamika Jones
The post-apocalyptic thriller Refuge has completed its film festival run. Now, this title is heading towards a Video-on-demand release, via Gravitas Ventures. The release is just under a week away, February 16th. And, a review of the film was posted on 28Dla, in 2014; it is available here: (Refuge Review on 28Dla). The film involves a family trying to survive under dire circumstances. Developed by director Andrew Robertson, the film stars Sebastian Beacon, Chris Kies, Carter Roy and Amy Rutberg. A preview of the film's launch is available here. From the official synopsis, a catastrophic event has taken place, globally. Now, a family struggles to survive day to day. Meanwhile, a group of bandits have found them and they hope to take what little they have. This family will have to fight back, or face even worse horrors. On February 16th, the film will be available on iTunes and Amazon. Fans »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Allen)
8 items from 2016
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