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Writers:
Stefan Avalos (writer) &
Lance Weiler (writer)
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Release Date:
23 October 1998 (USA) See more »
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What actually happened that night in the woods? See more »
Plot:
Bristling with equipment, two enthusiastic local access cable TV producers recruit an assistant and... See more » | Add synopsis »
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One Of The Best Horror / Mystery Films in years ... See more (156 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)
David Beard ... David Leigh, The Filmmaker
Jim Seward ... Jim Suerd - The Accused
Stefan Avalos ... Steven Avkast - 'Fact or Fiction' Host
Lance Weiler ... Locus Wheeler - 'Fact or Fiction' Host
Rein Clabbers ... Rein Clackin, Paranormal Sound Man
Michele Pulaski ... Michelle Monarch - Data Retrieval Expert
Tom Brunt ... Tom Branski - Technical Director of 'Fact or Fiction'
Mark Rublee ... Clair Deforest - Editor for the Prosecution
A.D. Roso ... Anthony Rosi - Lead Investigator of Murders
Dale Worstall ... Dr. Dale Orstall, Jim's Child Psychologist
Vann K. Weller ... Dr. Vann Waller - Forensic Pathologist
Sam Wells ... Sam Woods - Television Soap Director
Jay MacDonald ... Jay McDowell, Web Designer
Faith Weiler ... Joyce Dryer, Jim's Landlady
Marianne Connor ... Mary Brenner, TV Reporter
Robert Weiler ... Barry Williams - Editor of The Baroake County Record
Jennifer Nasal ... 911 operator (voice)
Brett Nielsen ... Man Struck by Lightning Three Times

Holly Madison ... Miss Lady Bright Eyes
Jeremy Coleman ... Ray - 'Fact or Fiction' Cameraman
Todd Weiler ... Ricky - "Fact or Fiction" Cameraman
Chadd Ritenbaugh ... Man with Guitar

Directed by
Stefan Avalos 
Lance Weiler 
 
Writing credits
Stefan Avalos (writer) &
Lance Weiler (writer)

Produced by
Stefan Avalos .... producer
Lance Weiler .... producer
 
Original Music by
Stefan Avalos 
A.D. Roso 
 
Cinematography by
Lance Weiler 
 
Film Editing by
Stefan Avalos 
 
Sound Department
Rein Clabbers .... studio sound engineer
A.D. Roso .... adr recordist (as Anthony Roso)
 
Visual Effects by
Mark Rublee .... modeler
 
Camera and Electrical Department
John Carpitella .... additional camera operator: Fact or Fiction crew
Jeremy Coleman .... camera operator: Fact or Fiction crew
Jennifer Nasal .... additional photographer: Pine Barrens
Todd Weiler .... camera operator: Fact or Fiction crew
 
Other crew
Holly Madison .... technical engineer
Holly Madison .... technical liaison
 
Thanks
L.M. Kit Carson .... special thanks
 

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Also Known As:
"Jersey Devil Project" - Japan (English title)
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86 min
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Dubbed the first "desktop feature film", it was the first film to be filmed, edited, and screened entirely digitally. No film was involved.See more »
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Referenced in Rewind This! (2013)See more »
Soundtrack:
Barren EdenSee more »

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5 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
One Of The Best Horror / Mystery Films in years ..., 11 July 2005
Author: aseddon130 from United Kingdom

The first time i saw this was years ago, it was on Channel 4 (UK) after they premiered Blair Witch project, saying that it was 'based on a similar idea to the Blair Witch' where in fact it was the other way around (it was released before Blair Witch). I Remember reading Total Film (DVD Review Mag) and they loved it also, and billed it as a Blair Witch Rip Off also, so i never thought anything of it. Its also note-worthy that i absolutely HATED Blair Witch, it was absolutely awful - So a few years later it appears on C4 and because i was rough from the night before i watched it ... and it hooked me almost immediately. The mystery of it all was a cool build up and worked very well, the guy who was commentating the film (which was supposed to be the director) David Leigh, had a eerie sounding voice and it added to the films overall tone. It was generally frightening, and the ending was one of the best twist endings i have ever seen in a movie. It gave me goosebumps for a few hours, and the only thing i regretted was that i didn't record it for repeated viewing.

Luckily a few years later i got my hands on a copy of the DVD (because i saw it at a mates and he didn't like it, so he gave it to me for free) and i watched it a few times, over and over and the film is still as good as it was the first time i saw it. When i saw the DVD extras the two directors (who were also stars in the film) told us that they made the film for around $1000, and they made the film entirely on their PC with Digital Cameras, and many other old Cameras they had, and all of the cast was their friends and family (which i would have never had guessed to be honest), which in my eyes makes it a much unique and better film overall.

I've tried to convince my friends that its one of the best horror films I've ever seen but they've seen it and thought it is awful. (this is coming from friends that enjoyed 'The Grudge' and 'Chainsaw Massacre' remake and the rest of the crappy Hollywood horror movies made)

One of the best horror / mystery films i've ever seen, i saw it in a local DVD store for less than £3 so its a better buy than most stuff thats 5 times dearer - 10 out of 10

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