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First direct-to-video hi-def interactive movie announced

July 18th, 2007 · No Comments

Warner will release the first ever high-definition direct-to-video movie. Return to House on Haunted Hill will go on sale October 16 on both and , and promises extensive interactive options, including 96 different combinations of story lines. The viewer will be asked to select plot lines as the film unfolds. “Sometimes you can choose to watch what’s happening with the people downstairs, and sometimes you can watch to see the people upstairs. It’s a very interesting thing” enthuses Warner’s Steve Nickerson. Movie maker Joel Silver adds: “This is navigational cinema. It’s a whole new age, and people are going to love it. You become a filmmaker, where you are part of the process of making the movie. If you want everyone to die, you can do that! This is the first time this has been done.”

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