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Everyone in Val Jalbert knows Arianne is haunted...except for her.

In the ghost obsessed village of Val Jalbert, Arianne's a born skeptic. But the more she fights it, the more she's tormented by unexplainable horrors.

  Toronto, ON  |  Horror, Suspense

Mission #6: Another Angle

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Journey back to a run down drive-in in the 1970s as the Fantome team takes a radical angle on their thriller by making it an over-the-top, sexy and gratuitous Grindhouse romp titled "Fantome Hunter".

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    Lovina Y. 0  posted 9 years ago

    Cant wait to see what you guys have for Mission 9! Hope to see you in the Top 5!
    uberfan- Lovina

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    Anita D. 0  posted 9 years ago

    Haha, definitely over-the-top, and thankfully not as scary are your actual project, which I already find terrifying.

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    David M. 2  posted 9 years ago

    Great alternate angle. Wondering how different will this be from the actual film. Now, don't get me wrong ... I really like this kind of film.

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    natalie p. 1  posted 9 years ago

    Enough horror. It is a horrible world and I have sen enough in mil life to not see anymore movies about violence

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    Shant J. 1  posted 9 years ago

    Hi Natalie,
    Thanks for your thoughts on our video and the horror genre. You brought some valid points about films today. However, Fantome is, by no way, a film about violence. Fantome is a film about differing beliefs between an individual and her community. The film explores how this difference in beliefs affects the life of said individual using the horror genre to tell the story. We think that there is something in Fantome for everyone and we'd love to have you on as a fan!

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    Clayton J. 1  posted 9 years ago

    Funny. Like that you guys put a concerted effort into making it look like no effort was put into it - with modern tech, it's actually difficult to truly replicate how awful grindhouse movies are, but you've come close with all the choices here!

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    Joan W. 0  posted 9 years ago

    Even though the grindhouse genre doesn't appeal to me, I do like that you were thinking outside the box. That's important for any creative team.

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    Matthew W. 1  posted 9 years ago

    This team has been impressing me from day one. My favorite genre is horror and now, by some crazy coincidence, you pick grind house, which I love! Congrats! I hope you do well!

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    Amanda W. 0  posted 9 years ago

    Definitely a different take on your original concept, much prefer the original concept but great work giving it that 70's grindhouse feel

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    Lawrence G. 0  posted 9 years ago

    I like your work a lot .... what I like most about this is the use of the shots from the original idea....

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    Victoria W. 0  posted 9 years ago

    I'm a big Fantome fan.... and while this type of move is not my thing, I totally appreciate what you achieved with this mission.

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