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More cinéma-vérité style supernatural shenanigans are headed our way with a new feature film called, simply, Grave Encounters. Hope you guys are ready for some first-person spooks!

The film is directed by a team known only right now as The Vicious Brothers, and it stars Sean Rogerson, Merwin Mondesir, Ashleigh Gryzko, Mackenzie Gray and Juan Riedinge. Check out the first images and poster art below the plot crunch.


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Taking cues from films like Paranormal Activity and The Blair Witch Project comes a new cinema verite ghost flick, Grave Encounters, which comes from directors simply known as “The Vicious Brothers”. Starring Sean Rogerson, Merwin Mondesir, Ashleigh Gryzko, Mackenzie Gray and Juan Riedinge, Darclight is selling the film at this week’s American Film Market where Bloody Disgusting scored the first poster and a nice handful of images. I’m definitely filing this under “keep an eye on it.”

Twin Engine Films and Digital Interference have just signed a worldwide sales and distribution deal with Arclight Films. Arclight will represent Grave Encounters under their Darclight Films Genre Label.

Now in its tenth year, Arclight Films was founded by Gary Hamilton and Victor Syrmis as an international sales, production and finance company which encompasses theatrical, television and home video/dvd.
Films that have been sold under the Arclight Films banner include the 2004 Oscar winner CRASH and 2007 Golden Globe nominated film BOBBY which was written and directed by Emilio Estevez.

Since its inception, Arclight Films has sold over sixty motion pictures, including THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, starring Academy Award winners Al Pacino and Jeremy Irons; the action drama LORD OF WAR, a film based on the true-life story of one of America’s most notorious arms dealers, starring Nicolas Cage and Ethan Hawke; and THE BANK JOB starring Jason Statham. Currently in pre production is the $20m action film THE COURIER written by Michael Brandt and Derek Hass (WANTED) and directed by Academy Award nominated director Hanny Abu Asad.

In addition to the Arclight Films label, Arclight Films also incorporates the label Darclight, which was formed in 2004 as the genre division of Arclight Films. Among the films which Darclight has sold and produced are WOLFCREEK which went on to gross almost over $100m world wide. Darclight is currently producing a $25m 3D shark film BAIT directed by Russell Mulcahy. The film will be the first ever Australian/Singapore co-production.

In 2005 Ying Ye joined Arclight Films to launch Easternlight Films, a subsidiary label devoted to showcasing the best in Asian cinema and television. Among the films Easternlight has sold are worldwide blockbuster FORBIDDEN KINGDOM starrring Jackie Chan and Jet Li; NEW POLICE STORY starring Jackie Chan; THREE KINGDOMS starring Andy Lau; 14 BLADES starring Donnie Yen and FUTURE X COPS starring Andy Lau.

Arclight Films is a recognized presence at all major motion picture and television festivals and markets including Cannes, AFM, EFM and Berlinale, Hong Kong Filmart, The Sundance Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, Pusan International Film Festival as well as MIPCOM and MIPTV.

The company currently has offices in Los Angeles, Sydney, New York ,Tokyo and Hong Kong.

Grave Encounters wraps up 12 days of shooting in the scariest place on earth.

Twin Engine Films and Digital Interference Productions have Green lit “Grave Encounters”, the first feature film in a slate of films in development. The team goes into Production February 1st, 2010 for 14 days in an undisclosed abandoned psychiatric institution. The location has been known as a paranormal hot spot for years.