Since social media has taken over the world; every day has a new connotation to it. Thursday’s seem to be the day to “throwback”, take a look at something that happened in the past. Today a Throwback Thursday (TBT) Video has surfaced on YouTube. Found Footage 12/3/12 is a video from what looks to be a periscope type stream of 3 girls playing truth or dare. We know what you are thinking, get your mind out of the gutter! This is a horror website. When a dare about a certain urban legend goes horribly array, lots of blood is spilled. Check out the video below.
You caught us. Yes this is a video presented by upcoming Los Angeles Horror Filmmaker Jennifer Nangle. With the help of her production team within the Los Angeles Filmmaker Group, she is constantly turning out new material and as an artist practice makes perfect. She is honing her craft and with every new little video coming out, the improvement within her skills show. Jennifer has informed We Are Indie Horror that this is the first time she used blood for a short. “I never knew working with so much blood would be so fun?! And sticky…” Well Jennifer let’s hope to see some more blood from you in the future.
Life streaming websites, such as Periscope, are creating new opportunities to take your story live. One may say this is the new evolution of found footage horror. The Black Tape hosted a “live murder” during the night of their release. Live horror is a new concept, but can be incredibly effective. Although found footage is not but combining the two create a blurred reality where the audience has to truly ask what is real and what isn’t.
Jennifer Nangle and the Los Angeles Filmmakers Group are on the rise and are sure people to watch. Jennifer currently has finished up her first feature film Demonic Attachment and is receiving festival acceptances all across the country. Also her 15 second short Case #311 will be playing in festivals. 2016 is going to be a big year for Jennifer Nangle and be sure to stick to We Are Indie Horror for all the latest news.