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John Connor [Celluloid 01.21.16] horror

The Final Project is the debut horror film from indie filmmaker Taylor Ri’chard. Utilizing real locations in and around Georgia, the film features a crew and cast of dedicated locals well acquainted with the haunted history of the South. Combining the found footage genre with authentic local folklore, it updates the classic American ghost story by tapping into a history too chillingly real to deny.

The Final Project hits theaters beginning Feb 12th in Atlanta and Houston, March 4th in New York and Los Angeles, and then expands nationwide.

Six college students have found the ultimate graduation project: A documentary about one of the most notorious haunted houses in America. Lafitte Plantation is a Civil War landmark with a dark past, complete with stories of dead soldiers, murdered families, and restless shadows roaming its abandoned corridors.

No one has entered Lafitte in years - until now. Venturing deep into the backwoods of Louisiana and outfitted with high-tech recording equipment, the intrepid filmmakers think they’re ready for anything. But something is watching, and as darkness falls and their fears come to life, one by one, they’ll learn the terrible secret of Lafitte. The dead are awake, and there are some places the living should never go.

The film was written by Zachary Davis & Taylor Ri'chard.

Check out the film's official site for more details.

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