Jason Bayless is a life-long activist and is currently working at The Pachamama Alliance. When he is not working he spends, working with Center for Farmworker Families and spending his time recording shows, writing blogs, collecting 3D movies, and playing VR games.
Director Vikram Bhatt is bringing a true 3D horror film to India, not a 2D/3D horror film but a film that is shot in native 3D – woo-hoo!
Bhatt’s 3D film is titled, ‘Haunted’ and it is said to be the country’s first stereoscopic 3D horror film shot exclusively with 3DCC’s custom 3D camera systems. Bhatt also claims that this project is his “most expensive and ambitious project till date.” [singlepic id=1484 w=320 h=240 float=right]
Haunted 3D was written by Bhatt, the film revolves around a house with a secret past and a haunted present and is slated to be released April 15.
What is the film about?
In the misty mountains of Dalhousie stands the sprawling Glen Manor. A house with a secret past and a haunted present. Screams that shatter in the middle of the night and a ghoul that will leave anyone who dares headless. Rehan has bought the property and has already sold it further. Money, he stands to lose millions unless he can make the deal come through but to make the deal he has to first deal with the spirit that has the house in its grasp. As Rehan begins to unearth the bitter past of the house a name comes forth. A name with a picture and the girl in the picture is most beautiful. The name is Meera and Rehan wonders how anyone can fall in love with a picture and name. Till he discovers that the name and the picture was the cause of the haunting.