Nick Brown, the director of the film “Last Looks,” is reporting his film was snagged by French customs officials as it was on it’s way to premiere at Cannes. Why, you ask? Well apparently the film shows the deaths of several people who were shooting a low budget horror movie called “The Evil Eye.” Here’s the scoop…

A crew was shooting the horror film in the Turkish and Greek Isles last summer. In what apparently is the most cursed film production since Terry Gilliam’s “Man of LaMancha,” a bunch of crew members and actors died during the production. Also killed were the horror film’s director Zack Freedman, the camera man Scott Maher and soundman Ryan Denmark when the boat they were shooting from exploded.

All the deaths and mayhem were captured by 19 year old Nick Brown on his own personal video camera. After being held as a “person of interest,” Brown returned home to New York and edited the footage he had (including several deaths) into a film called “Last Looks.”

So the question is, do we have actual deaths being filmed or is this all an elaborate way to get publicity? You be the judge when you…

Read all about it at The Seattle Times>>>

Posted on May 15, 2007 in News by

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