, the working title of their found-footage project. The premise: it’s an old VHS tape somebody made of an East Coast TV station’s 1987 Halloween news coverage that follows a local TV news journalist taking cameras and some paranormal experts into a house that’s been closed since a murder occurred there 15 years ago. Obviously, the proverbial/literal hell breaks loose once that happens, and the broadcast is broken up throughout by era-appropriate commercials, currently being made by LaMartina and George’s filmmaking friends around the country. It’s a collaborative project in ways that films rarely are. They plan to shoot it in two days. They’re shooting their own commercials and repurposing 1980s B-roll footage given to them into spots. (Note: If you’re a commercial filmmaker from the 1980s with unused footage, let them know.) And they’re aiming to pull it off for $1,000 or less.