|release date||October 27 2012|
|director||James P Weatherall|
|starring||Lennah Seelig, Greg Tanner, Lee J Higgs|
|tagline||Some Things Are Best Not Meddled With...|
SynopsisAll Hallows Eve – the perfect night for a ghost hunt. At least that’s what documentary film-maker Julia Marsh was told when she joined ‘Paranormal Investigations Inc’ for their Live Halloween special. Their mission: to unravel the mystery surrounding the legend of the ‘Screaming Spectres of Emerson Farm’. Their mistake: to awaken an arcane presence triggering a night of heart-stopping paranormal terror.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been just over ten years since The Blair Witch Project hit theatres and sparked the whole “found footage” thing. It isn’t hard to believe that it didn’t take long for Hollywood to ruin things with a rushed sequel, but that’s another story. Nowadays, we have Paranormal Activity and its sequels picking up the slack left by Blair Witch, as well as the ever-present independent horror scene, which has had its fair share of copycat films as well as a few that try to switch things up. James Weatherall’s The Legend Of The 5ive is one such film that combines the found footage style of Blair Witch and melds it with the reality TV/documentary style of something like Ghosthunters or, in Weatherall’s case, his native UK’s Most Haunted. …Read More