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Heads up, horror junkies. There’s a killing spree happening online right now, and you’re invited.
Oscar-nominated horror producer Jason Blum, known for films like Insidious and Paranormal activity, is taking his talents to the small screen this Halloween. And, we’re not talking TV — he’s bringing his brand of horror right to your computer, tablet, or smartphone via Periscope. Blum on Thursday night debuted his latest project, a horror film called Fifteen, on Twitter’s live-streaming platform, and it was apparently way too scary for some people.
The film — Periscope’s first-ever live horror event — was briefly taken down after being flagged, but Blum just announced on Twitter that it’s back up for us to enjoy this All Hallow’s Eve.
The 20-minute flick follows a masked serial killer who broadcasts his crimes via the Periscope app. Sounds pretty grisly and awesome, right? You can watch it here.
If you’re interested, you better check it out soon if you want the full Periscope experience, because the original version will only be available on Twitter’s platform until around 10 p.m. ET tonight, as broadcasts automatically expire after 24 hours. If you miss it on Periscope, you can always check out the re-broadcast on YouTube (embedded below).
In a statement to Variety, Twitter’s Head of Movie Partnerships, Rachel Dodes, said “Periscope gives anyone the ability to share a moment as it’s happening, and Blumhouse is innovating by giving their audience a new way to experience a film as an interactive, live performance, accessible to anyone in the world.”
Meanwhile, if you’re looking for something else creepy to do this weekend, Valve’s Steam platform just kicked off a huge Halloween saleoffering discounts on “spooky” titles like ARK: Survival Evolved, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Dying Light, and Killing Floor 2.
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