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Timothy V. Murphy
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The town of Midground is threatened by a tsunami caused by a massive earthquake in the North Pacific Ocean. After other unexplainable events transpire, Chase Lombardi and friends are forced to discover whether they are experiencing a natural phenomenon or something else all together. Written by
Found footage indie film about a town, Midground, which is about to be beset by a tsunami. A group of young people are messing around with drugs during and after the disaster, and, as strange events start happening, they begin to question what's real and what isn't. Everything seems to be filmed on phones, so it may cause a little motion sickness.
The use of real disaster footage is interspersed and helps to bring some realism to the beginning of the story.
The acting isn't bad, and as with most found footage movies, the minimal lighting is used to a creepy effect.
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