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The basic supremacists and we'll -- is is that there is a group of -- young Americans.
Who basically on the Wii game spontaneously decides to go and visit today a ton of -- yet.
Which is they abandoned seeding next to its noble and that sort of thing people can actually go on tour is increased -- as long as you go through -- you know they have the proper tour guide in -- take you to you know this sort of safer places.
And -- in our case unfortunately for our group and some bad things happen to get stranded and to get into a lot of trouble.
And I I have to talk about how this idea came about I can imagine that -- C a setting like this and you just think that would make a great horror movie.
Is that what happens.
-- -- physical would have been a wasn't necessarily looking for any new idea for a horror movie but there -- there was just browsing the Internet entering into a little thing.
A horrible -- -- so just what the regular web sites.
Where people -- for the blogs and they've reviewed journals of their troops to -- yet and it's the first similar in the buzz this place caused a little but Chernobyl.
But it did snow but say -- -- which is -- abandoned sound.
And this was evacuated after the disaster and people the end of it even -- it sensed so take their belongings.
And I thought this is -- really fascinating.
And very creepy and you know could -- a great setting for horror movie.
Yet and it's all different from paranormal activity in that -- -- -- like to -- he takes place in your home in someone's home.
How does -- kind of add to this scary movie factor when -- there far away from home this time.
Yeah hanging in the terms of geography it -- us about it is all put it is it can be so Parnell affinity in -- old.
You know days you're basically.
Unsafe in your own home which is supposed to be one place where you -- be safe in here refining assessing the situation where you are.
Is remote thing is far and -- from home as you can being -- in name and abandons sound that there is a disease is appreciation.
And you think you're alone and -- happens to be something else there.
But say as far as they waited this care's work I do think -- there was a lot of pros to the way I like to set up.
Scary moments in I don't know much Steve meeting in the sense that when it's really necessarily relying on the gore -- -- this -- film.
But these small -- of the slow and steady buildup of -- since then.
And that -- cut more but the anticipation of what's going to happen next rather then you know -- billions with gore.
Yeah has -- known for that found inflated style.
So let's talk about this because this signing is more documentary and when do you make the decision how do you decide.
It it's gonna -- -- found footage kind of form -- it's going to be a documentary style what is the difference.
Well it's really there's no set formula I it's really the -- on the case -- the case there and based.
Indicates a fictional but that was for a moment early on we actually did think maybe -- make sense to do a thing as -- some footage moving.
But always develop they think it just didn't feel right -- we felt like you know it's not just not going to work because of some footage movie so we -- they have the idea.
But what we didn't wanna do is we want to keep it they feel very natural and very -- -- so it can mean the whole widgets we -- the attending them.
What did the extras are improvising the dialogue it was very important for us that -- it doesn't feel like X tourism reading -- -- more feels like there's this character is.
Who just happened to going to street.
And we as -- makers are folding them.
And you know witnessing all the horrible things that are happening to them so we never say it's found footage but it does feel a little -- that it could be a documentary.
A -- so -- green grass or other movies like.
Children of command or threats -- so eight Noah says the phone footage but the field it's more real than -- -- film.
Yeah has and -- now not now you mentioned in -- you -- -- in -- but I also saw that there was some math and surprising your actors.
You're gonna tell them when this scares are coming.
Is that something you usually do.
And sometimes went to make sense then we can get away -- it.
There were few moments more and you know they're let's -- event and -- go through the whole scene and everything works great in a different limits kind of done.
And then address the would run to -- -- -- -- -- will decide to just give them another results and get them going we'll get some grits missions out of that.
I can now imagine you did.
And some 8000 differs in -- plane have some recognizable faces -- let's talk about your tax.
-- we actually it was never our intention to go -- -- recognizable and you know we have Jesse McCartney was more famous for.
And you know his music game but you know he ended up just being and amazing actor.
But say we actually generally prefer to have.
And a experts warn that the extremely none because -- want -- to -- able to -- -- relate to -- -- feel -- Yet these -- being you know my friend Norman neighbor or mine you know close friend so way it's never a priority to get someone was known.
Don't think we're really looking for is it extras that are great.
And it's very natural and can improvise so that you couldn't get to -- them as real people not disastrous.
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