Terrifying found footage horror 'The Paranormal Incident' screams onto DVD from 23rd July 2012 from Arrow Films. Win a copy here!
A group of young students are embarking on a film project in The Paranormal Incident whereby they are going to lock themselves into, and explore, an old mental asylum to search for evidence of the paranormal.
The film is set in the infamous Odenbrook Sanatorium closed after a mass suicide occurred within its walls. Sixty years later, six college students armed with cameras and recording equipment venture into the asylum, some with the aim of proving and some to disprove the existence of the paranormal.
On the first night, John (Oliver Rayon) has to leave and then one by one members of the group go missing without a sound, cell phones mysteriously vanish, corridors turn into mazes, walls appear where doors once stood, flashlights fail and something or someone begins toying with the group.
Four days later, John wakes up alone in a hospital bed covered in blood, cuts and bruises, experiencing terrifying flashbacks. He has no idea how he got there or what is going on. An investigator (Amanda Barton) tells him that his friends have disappeared and it is likely that John murdered them.
Together they go through the recovered footage from the camcorders and the building CCTV. John must piece together what happened from the evidence and his fractured subconscious to find out the truth....
The Paranormal Incident (Arrow Films) is available to buy on DVD (£12.99) from 23rd July 2012. Extra features on the DVD include scene selection and trailer.
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