This Halloween marks another chapter in the found footage horror franchise Paranormal Activity with the fourth installment arriving in October, but this year also brings more of the shakily shot subgenre in the form of Stage Fright. The film acts as the only evidence of what happened to a group of high school students who find themselves trapped in the theater where a drama student died 25 years earlier. It looks kind of spooky, but I'm not sure how news footage about filmmakers wanting to make a movie about the incident is supposed to enhance the story. Are they trying to make it real like Blair Witch Project perhaps?
25 years after the tragic death of small town high school drama student Charlie Grimille, four teens get locked inside the theater in which he died. Witness the only obtained evidence from the most haunting unsolved case in the Midwest. Chris Lofing directs Stage Fright for Tremendum Pictures with a script he wrote himself along with Travis Cluff. The film is supposed to arrive sometime this October.