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Old 02-18-2012, 06:30 PM   #1
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The BD produced 'found footage' anthology film with shorts directed by Ti West, Joe Swanberg, Radio Silence, David Bruckner, Adam Wingard, and Glenn McQuaid.

Personally, I love the 'found footage' sub genre so this is pretty much my most anticipated film right now. especially with all of the RAVE reviews it got at Sundance this year. Did anyone catch it at Sundance? This looks pretty awesome.
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Really excited for it. Some awesome filmmakers involved with this.
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Really excited for it. Some awesome filmmakers involved with this.
This. I'm really excited to see what Ti West and Adam Wingard have contributed to the 'found footage' sub genre.
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I love anthology films and I can't wait to see this one. The Skype Ghost story sounds interesting.
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i love the fact that they combined anthology with found footage. I have been reading different rave reviews and i just cant wait to see this. Hope it lives up to the hype!
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I love anthology films and I can't wait to see this one. The Skype Ghost story sounds interesting.
I heard that one, and the one made by Radio Silence are the two best ones.

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i love the fact that they combined anthology with found footage. I have been reading different rave reviews and i just cant wait to see this. Hope it lives up to the hype!
Same here! It sounds awesome.
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I wasn't excited for this one at first because the fuckstick who runs BD was producing it but than I saw the people who were directing it and got excited.

Plus Mr. D did get The Woman and Chop released on DVD. So props to him
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I wasn't excited for this one at first because the fuckstick who runs BD was producing it but than I saw the people who were directing it and got excited.

Plus Mr. D did get The Woman and Chop released on DVD. So props to him
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This is the first I'm hearing of it, so I did some research online and it looks really entertaining. I'm looking forward to this... I may watch it when it goes on VOD, instead of waiting for the DVD.

Is there a trailer for it?
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