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Altar (2016) – Audio Review (FoundFootageFiles.org Episode 066)

Found Footage Files LogoWe review a film that is an early runner for best found footage film of 2016! It is a supernatural horror called Altar (2016). Michael also brings us some found footage news and other tidbits! Enjoy!

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  • Thanks guys! I enjoyed the podcast. I sent some answers to your questions to Michael on Twitter.

    • Matt,

      Thank you for sharing this wonderful film with us. I’ve said it plenty of times already, but one more time won’t hurt. . . Great Films!

      FFC

    • I’ll repost those answers here for our readers:

      Q: How did you achieve the great chemistry among the cast in ALTAR?
      A: “Regarding their chemistry-We had the actors drive the 5 1/2 hours up to our area from LA together so they could get to know each other, form chemistry, and build backstory. They also were method, calling each other by their character names even when not rolling. Some of them still do.”

      Q: The filming reason used in ALTAR is nearly identical to ALIEN ABDUCTION (2014). Where you inspired by ALIEN ABDUCTION or did you independently come up with the idea?
      A: “Regarding their chemistry-We had the actors drive the 5 1/2 hours up to our area from LA together so they could get to know each other, form chemistry, and build backstory. They also were method, calling each other by their character names even when not rolling. Some of them still do.”

      Q: When will ALTAR be made available for public viewing?
      A: “Regarding distribution, we have a few irons in the fire. We have a new Epic poster being finished and festivals are just letting us know nominations. We heard today that Altar is nominated for five awards at the NOVA Film festival in Fairfax Virginia. Best Actress-Stefanie Estes, Best Supporting Actress-Brittany Falardeau, Best Acting Ensemble, Best Horror/Thriller, and Best Art and Design.”

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