Found Footage 3D to Shoot in Gonzales, TX

The meta horror film Found Footage 3D has inked a deal for its scary cabin in the woods.

The cabin, which comprises the setting for about 90% of the film, is located on a 300 acre ranch near Gonzales, TX, about 70 miles east of San Antonio.

“Given that every horror movie ever made takes place in a scary cabin in the woods, it was surprisingly difficult to find the perfect location,” says writer/director Steven DeGennaro. “But after almost a year of searching—starting last July before we shot our teaser trailer—we’ve finally found it.”

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The filmmakers even launched a contest, offering fans a $1,000 prize to the person who could refer them to the ideal setting.

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In the end, it came through one of their own—actor/director/producer Justin Meeks, who co-directed 2012’s Butcher Boys, which was written and produced by FF3D producer Kim Henkel of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre fame.

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The remainder of the film will be shot in Austin, Dale, and one other yet-to-be determined Central Texas location.

Found Footage 3D will shoot for three and a half weeks beginning in late May.

For Press Inquiries, Contact:
David K. Fried
(512) 567-3414
foundfootage3d@gmail.com

Links
Website: www.foundfootage3d.com
YouTube: www.youtube.com/foundfootage3d
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/foundfootage3d
Twitter: @FoundFootage3D
Instagram: www.instagram.com/foundfootage3d

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