5:45 - 7:45
"Noroi" (The Curse, 2005) Tapes compiling one mans effort to document something that has killed everyone else who's tried. From what I've seen (about 1/2) this is an awesome and hard to find film. Subtitled.
8:00 - 9:30
The year is 1992, BBC promotes a Halloween event that would take audiences into the most haunted house in Europe. It will involve a full TV crew on location, reporters interviewing neighbors, and even an in studio host taking phone calls. They just failed to mention 1 thing... It was prerecorded. "Ghostwatch" may be my all time favorite found footage film. Not available in the U.S. this is a must see.
10:00 - 12:00
Still time to vote... As of right now "Grave Encounters" is winning so I'll talk a little about that... Imagine the show Ghost Adventures actually found something and the spirits hated the host as much as we do. In fact ill share an image in case you haven't seen him...
And last but not least...
12:00 - 2:00
Finally the one that many argue is Found Footage done the way it should be, not as a gimmick but as a plot device. "Cannibal Holocaust" (1980) Tells the story of a missing documentary film crew who had gone to the Amazon to film cannibal tribes. The footage is recovered and a new group sets out to discover what happened.
I hope to see everyone here tomorrow, also feel free to show up whenever. Sitting through all the films is not a must but having fun is. So if you feel like playing Rockband and drinking feel free just know the projector waits and defiantly does not stop for anyone.