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Afflicted (Derek Lee, Cliff Prowse, 2013) – Afflicted is a fresh and thrilling found-footage take on vampire mythology that pushes the stakes higher and harder than most of its predecessors, giving the film a real sense of humanity that can easily be embraced. Best friends Derek and Clif set out on a trip of lifetime […]
Afflicted can be easily dismissed as simply being a more supernatural-than-superhero take on the found footage origin story that Chronicle attempted, but it’s still a fun and innovative low budget bit of meta-horror.
We talk to Clif Prowse and Derek Lee, the writers, directors, and stars of the horror thriller Afflicted, about taking the time to get to know their "characters," why their movie isn’t specifically a “found footage” film, their individual strengths as filmmakers, and how having a small crew freed up money to create more ambitious action sequences.
Enter for a chance to win a pair of passes to a special advance screening of the thriller Afflicted in Toronto on Wednesday, March 26th at 7:00pm with filmmakers Derek Lee and Clif Prowse in attendance, courtesy of Dork Shelf and eOne Films!
Enter for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the TIFF Midnight Madness World Premiere of Afflicted on Monday, September 9th at 11:59pm, courtesy of Dork Shelf and eOne Live!
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Afflicted Midnight Madness Directors: Clif Prowse, Derek Lee Afflicted can be easily dismissed as simply being a more supernatural-than-superhero take on the found footage origin story that Chronicle attempted last year, but it’s still a fun and innovative low budget bit of meta-horror. The directors more or less play themselves as Clif follows his buddy […]