‘Things Will Be Different’ – Watch Intriguing First Clip from Sci-fi Thriller Produced by Benson & Moorhead

The full lineup for this year’s Unnamed Footage Festival was announced by Dread Central today, revealing that a new version of Bloody Disgusting, Cineverse, SCREAMBOX and director Robbie Banfitch’s found footage horror movie The Outwaters will debut at the fest!

It’s titled The Outwaters: Detective Audio Version, and a sneak peek is coming to Unnamed Footage Festival in March. The official press release previews, “Often in found footage horror, the images we view are presented as evidence in a case, but the greater narrative stops there. UFF is bringing Robbie Banfitch’s cosmic horror masterpiece back to the festival for a badge-holder-only sneak peek of a new iteration of The Outwaters that transforms it into an entirely different viewing experience. Now the visuals are paired with the observations of two investigators, Detective Stacey and Detective Nolan, reviewing the footage, trying to uncover what really happened and how the existence of this footage is even possible.”

Banfitch tells us that the Detective Audio Version is “not a new cut or edit, it’s a new experience.” He clarifies, “It’s the film [you’ve seen] but instead of the film’s audio we hear two detectives in-world discussing the video while sifting through their evidence box.”

“So it’s like another layer to the world. And like watching a new movie,” he teases.

On a related note, The Outwaters also opens in Mexican theaters tomorrow. And Robbie Banfitch has a short story in the queer horror anthology Bury Your Gays: An Anthology of Tragic Queer Horror, releasing next month. You can pre-order your copy of the book now.

The Outwaters is now streaming on SCREAMBOX.

Originally Published Here.

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