Malibu Horror Story brings found footage to caves in California

The first trailer for the found footage horror film Malibu Horror Story has arrived and will be released in October.

You never know where the footage will be found; and this time it hits Malibu, California – at least some spooky caves on the outskirts of town. The upcoming Malibu horror story has received its first trailer, the release date has been set the 20th of October.

The trailer presents some standard motifs like mysterious markings on rocks and forbidden entrances that we all know only cause trouble (didn’t see these guys). The descent?) before I show that Malibu horror story I’m going to try to play with the found footage subgenre by jumping around in the timeline. As the vigils and searches continue, we’ll also find out exactly what happened to the high school students over the course of their night…

Like in the movie official Instagram page, Malibu horror story Is “A chilling journey that delves a group of novice paranormal investigators into the chilling journey of four beloved high school boys who mysteriously disappeared on their graduation night a decade ago.”

Malibu horror story comes from and stars writer/director/producer Scott Slone Teen Wolfis Dylan Sprayberry, The night shiftis Robert Bailey Jr., gossip Girl‘s Valentina de Angelis, and SubstituteThis is Rebecca Forsythe.

About his influences for Malibu horror story and how he tried to highlight it in the found footage game, Slone said: “I’m a big fan of the found footage subgenre and wanted to try doing something different with the format and structure of presentation of a traditional found footage film. Our story is told from multiple perspectives, timelines and media levels compiled over several years. The goal was to incorporate all of these elements and fit them into a conventional horror film structure that would appeal not only to found footage enthusiasts but also to a broader horror audience.”

Malibu horror story has been generating quite a bit of hype at festivals, which is nice to hear as it’s a subgenre that a lot of people have grown tired of. Producer Andrew Williams commented: “We are pleased with the positive response from fans and critics during our film festival last year and its success has shown that this is a horror film that is made to be experienced in the cinema…”

You will catch Malibu horror story when it hits theaters next month, or are you waiting for the streaming debut? Malibu Horror Story brings found footage to caves in California

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