Saturday, April 12, 2014

Found-footage horror gets Indigenous

That's right, yet another found-footage movie. The twist with Indigenous is the footage involves the legendary, and potentially real, Chupacabra.

No, the blood sucking fiend isn't behind the camera. It's trying to suck the blood of the people shooting the alleged found footage.

But image if Indigenous was the other way around!?! My ass would so be in a theatre seat!

What we've got is a group of American tourists who end up being stalked by the Chupacabra while vacationing in Panama. Of course, they brought along a video camera to conveniently catch the events on film.



Alastair Orr directs the flick, which is an official selection at this year's Tribeca Film Festival. The fest begins April 20.

Source: Film Festivals and Indie Films
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