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See How It’s Done: Behind-the-Scenes of “FIFTEEN,” the First Live Horror Film.


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Now that someone’s done it, it won’t be long until others take a stab at it, too. Last week the first ever live horror film, Fifteen, debuted using the popular Twitter app, Periscope, which allows users to broadcast their recordings as they happen in real time. Fifteen was rehearsed over a four day period before taking place live on October 29, 2015.

Fifteen is written and directed by Scarehouse creator Gavin Michael Booth. Booth also produced the short film along with Jason Blum and Ryan Turek. Fifteen features cinematography from Ryan Wood and behind-the-scenes camera work from Bert DiVeitri, all highlighting the cast comprised of Neil Napier, Sarah Booth, Hannah Kat Jones, Alastair James and Paula Jean Hixson.

Now that all the premiere shenanigans are out of the way Blumhouse Productions have released a behind-the-scenes video showcasing all the hard work that went into producing this historic first in horror. Check out the video below.

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