[BCHFF ’16] FOUND FOOTAGE 3-D Q&A

One of the highlights of the BRUCE CAMPBELL HORROR FILM FESTIVAL was the world premiere of the hotly anticipated FOUND FOOTAGE 3-D.

Four years in the making, FOUND FOOTAGE 3-D is “the world’s first 3-D found footage movie” is a rare horror comedy where the jokes and the scares both land on their feet, sitting alongside AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON, FRIDAY THE 13th, PART VI: JASON LIVES, and SCREAM. The meta style of humor should appeal to the nitty-gritty horror geeks as well as the casual fan who rents every shlocky, low-budget horror flick that comes to Redbox. Produced by critic turned filmmaker, Scott Weinberg, FOUND FOOTAGE 3-D features slick 3-D effects and plenty of gooey gore, nuanced performances that translate both humor and horror to the screen, and a very simple, but effective villain. The laughs in the film are the best kind, as they come from the characters and help to progress the plot, lulling the audience into a false sense of security that erupts violently in the final moments.

As it was the world premiere, most of the cast and crew—including writer/director Steven DeGennaro—participated in a celebratory Q&A after the film, which the audience certainly seemed to dig. Daily Grindhouse was on the scene.

Mike Vanderbilt

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A writer, filmmaker, musician, and amatuer bon vivant, Mike Vanderbilt spends his days and nights on either end of the bar. When not hard at work slinging margaritas, he tries to squeeze in as much adventure, excitement and romance as he can. He also has a certain moral flexibility.
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