Principal photography has concluded on two out of the five segments of the highly anticipated horror anthology movie F’d: Tales From the End Times. Prior to the release of an upcoming trailer, several images have been unveiled. The initial set of images originates from director Ash Hamilton’s wraparound and end segment, tentatively titled “Declassified.”

In the 2021-2022 festival seasons, Hamilton gained prominence with his debut feature Holes in the Sky: The Sean Miller Story, which achieved record-breaking success worldwide and received numerous awards as the most acclaimed found footage film ever produced. When asked about his segment in the movie F’d, Hamilton expressed his belief that there are still new possibilities to explore within the found footage subgenre.

“I think there’s still ground to break within the subgenre,” said Hamilton. “What you’re going to see here might push the boundaries of found footage and POV, but it will do it in a way that I think will ultimately satisfy and surprise the audience” Hamilton further elaborated, saying, “With Holes (in the Sky) we wanted to use the mockumentary method and sort of play with reality. Here, this is definitely full-blown fantasy. It’s action-horror and pretty relentless… and very, VERY gory.”

The film also includes segments from other notable directors, as previously announced, namely Dillon Brown (The Flock and Tahoe Joe), Ben Harl (Last Day and Afterlife), Josh Brucker (Mothman), and John Isberg (Final Summer). Brucker’s segment has already been filmed, while the other directors’ segments will be shot throughout the summer of 2023.

The upcoming movie F’d: Tales From the End Times is aiming for a late 2023 festival run with distribution set for 2024.

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Last Updated on May 22, 2023.

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