A brand new VR sequence produced by Oculus may make b-movie horror terrifying once more.
As revealed over at Bloody Disgusting, Campfire Creepers is a brand new VR sequence set to debut on the Tribeca Film Festival this month. It’s directed by Alexandre Aja, greatest identified for movies just like the 2006 remake of The Hills Have Eyes and, uh, Piranha 3D. Rather than state-of-the-art scares and CGI, although, Campfire Creepers appears like one thing new to VR however well-known to horror veterans. Judging by the trailer under, the sequence appears like an 80’s-era low price range scare-fest, the sort you’d keep up late an disguise beneath mattress sheets to look at.
The sequence sees viewers be part of a bunch of campers at Camp Coyote, sitting round a campfire and swapping scary tales. These tales come to life inside VR, although, straight pitting you towards the horrors. It’s mainly Goosebumps for a brand new, braver technology. Dark Corner and Future Lighthouse additionally labored on the sequence.
The first two episodes of Campfire Creepers, The Skull of Sam and Midnight March, will make their debut at Tribeca, with the primary episode screening on April 21st on the Cinema360 set up and the second episode, oddly, screening a day earlier than on the VR Arcade. The movie has partnered with D-Box to assist the corporate’s haptic movement seats which, contemplating it is a horror sequence, will get a giant ‘nope’ from me.
For everybody else, Campfire Creepers is to the Dark Corner app on Oculus Rift and Gear VR on April 21st. Feel free to look at it, however word you received’t have the ability to disguise beneath the covers this time.
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