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Hannah New Heads Under the Bed with Blair Witch Project Co-Director

It was 15 years ago that Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sanchez co-wrote and co-directed The Blair Witch Project, which needless to say changed the horror game in a big way. Myrick soon returns with Under the Bed, and today the first casting announcement was made. Read on!

THR reports that "Black Sails" and Maleficent star Hannah New (pictured) has joined the cast of the thriller, which was written and directed by Myrick.

Based on true events, Under the Bed centers on a young woman (New) trying to get over a recent romantic breakup, while unbeknownst to her, an obsessed stalker befriends her on social media while taking up residence in her home.

Principal photography is set to begin sometime early this month.

Shawn Papazian is producing along with Radar Pictures' Ted Field and Mike Weber, who developed the project, which started as a story by Myrick and producer Richard Halpern.
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First Trailer for Bigfoot County

Take a look at the first trailer that was just released for the upcoming found footage horror film, Bigfoot County. Grindstone Entertainment Group recently acquired North American rights to distribute the movie and will have Lionsgate release it to DVD on December 11th.

Grindstone Entertainment Group has acquired all North American rights for the feature film Bigfoot County, a found footage thriller about a group of filmmakers who ventured into Siskiyou County in Northern California, an area widely known for its Bigfoot sightings, and disappeared. Their footage was found a year later. Grindstone will release the film this winter through Lionsgate Home Entertainment.

“I went up to shoot a movie on Bigfoot, then a local I met with presented me with evidence that blew my mind,” says Bigfoot County director Stephon Stewart. “After seeing this film, you will begin to believe what many have doubted since the 1967 Patterson/Gimlin Bigfoot Footage was released.
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New Trailer and Artwork Take us to Bigfoot County

A new trailer and artwork have arrived for the next sliver of cinéma vérité-style Sasquatchploitation, Bigfoot County, starring Stephon Stewart along with Davee Youngblood and Shy Pilgreen. Dig it!

Look for the flick on DVD on December 11th from Lionsgate.

From the Press Release

Grindstone Entertainment Group has acquired all North American rights for the feature film Bigfoot County, a found footage thriller about a group of filmmakers who ventured into Siskiyou County in Northern California, an area widely known for its Bigfoot sightings, and disappeared. Their footage was found a year later. Grindstone will release the film this winter through Lionsgate Home Entertainment.

“I went up to shoot a movie on Bigfoot; then a local I met with presented me with evidence that blew my mind,” says Bigfoot County director Stephon Stewart. “After seeing this film, you will begin to believe what many have doubted since the 1967 Patterson/Gimlin Bigfoot footage was released.
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Who's Up for a Visit to Bigfoot County?

More cinéma vérité-style Sasquatchploitation is on its way, and we've got all the details on who will be taking this latest trip into the land of Bigfoot. Pack heavy, kids; it's not safe to head out into the woods with just your camera!

From the Press Release

Grindstone Entertainment Group has acquired all North American rights for the feature film Bigfoot County, a found footage thriller about a group of filmmakers who ventured into Siskiyou County in Northern California, an area widely known for its Bigfoot sightings, and disappeared. Their footage was found a year later. Grindstone will release the film this winter through Lionsgate Home Entertainment.

“I went up to shoot a movie on Bigfoot; then a local I met with presented me with evidence that blew my mind,” says Bigfoot County director Stephon Stewart. “After seeing this film, you will begin to believe what many have doubted since
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Grindstone Acquires Bigfoot County

It has been announced that Grindstone Entertainment Group has acquired North American rights to distribute the found footage horror film Bigfoot County, with plans to release it this winter through Lionsgate:

Grindstone Entertainment Group has acquired all North American rights for the feature film Bigfoot County, a found footage thriller about a group of filmmakers who ventured into Siskiyou County in Northern California, an area widely known for its Bigfoot sightings, and disappeared. Their footage was found a year later. Grindstone will release the film this winter through Lionsgate Home Entertainment.

“I went up to shoot a movie on Bigfoot, then a local I met with presented me with evidence that blew my mind,” says Bigfoot County director Stephon Stewart. “After seeing this film, you will begin to believe what many have doubted since the 1967 Patterson/Gimlin Bigfoot Footage was released.”

Grindstone’s Ryan Black added that “The film puts
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