2 items from 2012
Our friends over at Black and Blue Films have just released details for their upcoming found-footage chiller The Warning. The film marks the studio’s first foray into the ‘found-footage’ film, and marks a change of tone and appearance from their usual productions, such as Devil’S Playground and Stalker.
‘This is the first time Black and Blue Films have dipped their toe in the found footage waters and following in the footsteps of The Blair Witch Project and the Paranormal Activity series is quite a challenge, but we Brits have always found a way to put a new spin on horror genre staples and with The Warning director Alexander Williams has given us a powerful, nightmarishly scary journey into fear. There are none of the familiar Black and Blue faces in this film, no Danny Dyer or Colin Salmon – this is a raw, »
- Tom Fordy
Formerly known as Ward 8, The Warning is Black & Blue FIlms’ first foray into the found footage genre, following in the footsteps of films such as The Blair Witch Project, Paranormal Activity and the like. Playing on the fears that 2012 will see the end of the world – at least according to the Mayans, the film comes from director Alexander Williams.
We were warned in an ancient Mayan prophecy that the 21st December 2012 would be the beginning of the end, but not how and where this new era would unveil itself. Until now.
In December 2011 a strange futuristic-looking artifact was uncovered in an uncharted Mayan temple in Mexico – examination of the artifact revealed binary coded information which appeared to be encoded footage. The content was unlocked by students at Chicago state university and appeared to be several hours of video footage heralding the end of the world… time stamped in the near future. »
2 items from 2012
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