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Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Found Footage ‘Tremors’ Fan Film Made During Pandemic Takes You Back to ‘Perfection, NV’ [Video]

While we wait for the seventh installment in the Tremors franchise this Halloween season, a brand new short fan film released this week takes us back to Perfection, NV.

Tremors super fan Dillon Brown is the man behind the 7-minute short, which was made in just 24-hours on an iPhone as part of a solo filmmaking challenge during the pandemic. It brings the franchise into the realm of found footage, following a hiker trying to figure out the mystery of Perfection, Nevada and what really happened there over twenty years ago.

And yes, a Graboid does appear in the short fan film, brought to the screen with computer-generated imagery that’s honestly as good as some of the CGI in the actual sequels.

Watch Dillon Brown’s Perfection, NV below.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/videos/3624238/found-footage-tremors-fan-film-made-pandemic-takes-back-perfection-nv-video/

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