Found Footage 3D


We are willing to bet that most of you horror  freaks out there have seen what has been deemed a “found footage” type horror film. The Blairwitch Project, Paranormal Activity, Quarantine just to name a few have long etched a level of horror that many filmmakers out there continue to want to push.

This next post is exactly that film that will push the envelope to the next level.

Kim Henkel, the co-creator of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre has officially announced that they are entering pre-production of their new film…

Found Footage 3D.

When a group of filmmakers get together to make the first ever 3D found footage film, they find themselves inside the movie after the evil entity from their movie escapes into their behind the scenes footage.

Shooting is scheduled to begin in mid-May near Austin, Texas.

For more information on Found Footage 3D, check out the links below.





*****UPDATE 4/11/14******

Found Footage 3D to Shoot in Gonzales, TX

The meta horror film Found Footage 3D has inked a deal for its scary cabin in the woods.

The cabin, which comprises the setting for about 90% of the film, is located on a 300 acre ranch near Gonzales, TX, about 70 miles east of San Antonio.

Here are some pictures of the cabin:

“Given that every horror movie ever made takes place in a scary cabin in the woods, it was surprisingly difficult to find the perfect location,” says writer/director Steven DeGennaro. “But after almost a year of searching—starting last July before we shot our teaser trailer—we’ve finally found it.”

The filmmakers even launched a contest, offering fans a $1,000 prize to the person who could refer them to the ideal setting.

In the end, it came through one of their own—
actor/director/producer Justin Meeks, who co-directed 2012’s Butcher Boys, which was written and produced by FF3D producer Kim Henkel of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre fame.

The remainder of the film will be shot in Austin, Dale, and one other yet-to-be determined Central Texas location.

Found Footage 3D will shoot for three and a half weeks beginning in late May.


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