An unusual horror movie made of hundreds of 10-second clips has been released. The movie, entitled Sickhouse, was shot on Snapchat and after drawing millions of views on the social media site, has been released for sale.
Sickhouse follows social media celebrity Andrea Russett and her friends on their trip into an abandoned cabin in the woods. The movie was shot in five days on an iPhone and released on Russett’s popular Snapchat account.
Russett’s 10-second clips blend real life and and fiction and were later compiled into a 68-minute film now available on the online service Vimeo.
“I don’t think people are ever going to lose interest in sitting down and watching a movie but I think it’s interesting to try out these new different things,” Russett, who has 2.5 million subscribers to her YouTube channel, told Reuters.
Social media platform Snapchat, where posts disappear within 24 hours, has more than 100 million active users, most under the age of 25, according to Reuters.
(Courtesy of timesofmalta.com)
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