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An interactive horror experience in which viewers explore the contents of a DVD and unravel a harrowing story along the way.

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Cast

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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Paris Andersen ...
Georgia Byrd
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Gwen Gilbert
Cody Clarke ...
Person #1
Alex Dispoto ...
William Alexander Genovet
Bhavesh Joshi ...
Sai
Callie Jean Lewis ...
Myia
Chloe Pelletier ...
Cara McInnes / Person #2
Becca Steinhoff ...
Rachel Elstein
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Jackie Morony
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Jared While
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Courtney Tane

Directed by

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Cody Clarke

Written by

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Cody Clarke ... (written by)

Produced by

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Joel Cargerman ... associate producer
Cody Clarke ... producer
Billy Housh ... associate producer
Chloe Pelletier ... associate producer
David Pittman ... associate producer

Cinematography by

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Cody Clarke

Film Editing by

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Cody Clarke

Sound Department

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Cody Clarke ... sound

Camera and Electrical Department

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Paris Andersen ... camera operator
Chloe Castiglioni ... camera operator
Cody Clarke ... camera operator
Alex Dispoto ... camera operator
Bhavesh Joshi ... camera operator
Callie Jean Lewis ... camera operator
Chloe Pelletier ... camera operator
Becca Steinhoff ... camera operator
Sarah Teed ... camera operator
Jared Weil ... camera operator
Julianne Wentz ... camera operator

Other crew

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Alex Dispoto ... production assistant
Bhavesh Joshi ... production assistant
Callie Jean Lewis ... production assistant
Chloe Pelletier ... production assistant
Julianne Wentz ... production assistant

Thanks

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Valentino Peter Yung ... special thanks

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Special Effects

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Storyline

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Plot Keywords
Taglines What happened to Courtney Tane? See more »
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Additional Details

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Runtime
  • 86 min
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Budget $50 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Cody Clarke, the director of the film, describes it as a 'found object' horror film, as opposed to a 'found footage' horror film, due to the fact that viewers must explore the contents of an actual physical object (a DVD) themselves. See more »

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