A Haunting in Salem Production Stills

Tuesday, May 24th, 2011 @ 3:36 pm | Headline, News, Releases

Principal photography on A HAUNTING IN SALEM has wrapped and the more production stills have been added here.

Our newest horror film stars Bill Oberst, Jr. (pictured) as the latest in a long line of sheriffs cursed by the witches of Salem, Massachusetts.

Filmed in native 3D, A HAUNTING IN SALEM will be released on August 23, 2011 on DVD, VOD, and Blu Ray.

This one is going to be creepy…

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    5 Responses to “A Haunting in Salem Production Stills”

    1. Rick Says:

      What camera systems are you using? Or did you make your own?

    2. inmate977 Says:

      these are AWESOME.

    3. Paul Says:

      Rick, I’m not technical at all, but our team tells me that we used a beam splitter camera rig with two Red cameras.

      The final 3D version will work on 3D televisions and Blu Ray players.

      This film won’t use the old red and green glasses like our first two 3D movies.

    4. Rick Says:

      Oh very cool. I’m in my school’s first real Stereoscopic 3D class. Our Professor built his own side-by-side and mirror (splitter) rig for Canon 7Ds. With the programs we have now we can render out to the old anaglyph or polarized. Cool to know.

    5. Chris aka Guestar Says:

      BILL OBERST JR. interview
      http://guestar.wordpress.com/2011/05/17/bill-oberstan-face-to-launch-a-thousand-plots-and-the-craft-to-make-you-stay-for-the-credits/

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