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First clip from indie 'found footage' flick Evidence finds its way online

Dec. 21, 2010by: Jared Pacheco
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It was just the other day that Alex told you all about that new 'found footage' flick heading our way from Howie Askins called EVIDENCE. You guys remember that? The thing didn't really ooze originality or anything but it looked decent enough.

Well here we are a few days later and I've already got the first clip from the flick for your viewing pleasure. You can thank me later... or not. To scope out the clip you'll want to either head on over to our videos section or scroll below, whichever floats your boat.

Four young adults go camping in the canyons around LA and one of them is filming a documentary on his friend. But soon they discover they are being terrorized by a mysterious figure.

The 'four young adults' will be played by Ryan McCoy, Brett Rosenberg, Abigail Richie, and Ashley Bracken (below). Unfortunately that's all we've got on EVIDENCE thus far but I'm sure more details and goods will be heading our way soon!

EVIDENCE (2010) - Clip #1

Extra Tidbit: What's been your favorite project of this 'found footage' craze?

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2:07PM on 12/21/2010
Let's see more shots like that one of that actress in red lingerie!
Let's see more shots like that one of that actress in red lingerie!
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6:27AM on 12/21/2010

SB: fav ff

I am neutral about Evidence. We shall have to examine more, well, evidence.
My favorite found-footage flick is The Blair Witch Project, when it originally premiered. Fff were still original at that point. The marketing was original, and it fooled the public. We thought that we were going to actually see an eerie, tragic documentary. The film's improvisational style was fresh and interesting. The low-budget look (from an actual low budget) added to the film's authentic feel. The simple, quiet
I am neutral about Evidence. We shall have to examine more, well, evidence.
My favorite found-footage flick is The Blair Witch Project, when it originally premiered. Fff were still original at that point. The marketing was original, and it fooled the public. We thought that we were going to actually see an eerie, tragic documentary. The film's improvisational style was fresh and interesting. The low-budget look (from an actual low budget) added to the film's authentic feel. The simple, quiet scares got under one's skin for real. However, Blair Witch has been now parodied, imitated, dissected, and overdone so much that most "cool kids" no longer like the film.
Some fff are okay: Diary of the Dead, Lake Mungo, The Fourth Kind. Paranormal Activity did nothing for me. And, its ad campaign was just as good as Blair Witch. But, no sale here. I have seen neither Cloverfield nor REC. Apparently, they are the good fff?
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