What intrigues us the most about this The Circle, is how they are going to market this film. It’s a unique way of bringing the fans inside the production in a whole new way. With media changing so fast, this is a natural, but not an often used approach. The Dyatlov Pass incident is as intriguing, mind-blowing and haunting mystery as they come. This is certainly going to be a film to watch out for. Below is some details from the Production website, go to their official site and get an inside look into the Production, pick up some swag, and be entertained.
Official Facebook: www.facebook.com/thecirclemovie.official
Official Twitter: www.twitter.com/thecircle_film
Shrouded in tragedy, the Dyatlov Pass incident has become one of the great unsolved mysteries of modern times. On the night of February 2, 1959, nine vibrant young college hikers died a horrible death on the Ural Mountain Kholat Syakhl (meaning Mountain of the Dead). The snowy pass where the incident occurred has since been named Dyatlov Pass after the group’s leader, Igor Dyatlov.
A lack of eyewitnesses has inspired much speculation about the cause of the deaths. Suggestions range from UFOs to mind control experiments to Abominable Snowmen. Soviet investigators determined only that “a compelling unknown force” had caused the deaths. Investigators found that on a bitterly cold night, alone on the mountain, the hikers tore open their tent from within, departing barefoot into heavy snow and a temperature of −30 °C (−22 °F).
The story becomes even more bizarre because the corpses showed no signs of struggle, however two of the victims had fractured skulls, two suffered broken ribs, and one poor girl was missing her tongue.
The Russian authorities tested their clothing, and it was found to be highly radioactive. Access to the area was barred to skiers and other adventurers for three years after the incident. Not even the families of the 9 hikers were allowed to enter the mountain pass.
A NEW KIND OF MARKETING Web walling. Ever heard of it? Probably not…well…because we invented it.
It means that we are going to use the incredible power of the web to find our audience for this film. And once we find the audience we will update and inform them and hopefully interest them in not only wanting to see our film in the theater, but also in special web premieres that will include cool updates and behind the scenes information, pics and videos.
We will do things on the web that other films have never done. It’s called web walling. Remember where you heard it first.
Our followers will become more than just an audience…they…you will become partners with us in creating a brand new kind of film marketing.
THE CIRCLE is a new kind of horror film. Think Scream meets the Predator in the Mountains. We will use the web to find our audience through social media, blogging, forum sites and by enlisting the support of interested groups and the legions of paranormal, UFO and unexplained mystery fans on the web.
Our marketing partners include paranormal sites, UFO followers, and thousands of sites and groups dedicated to solving one of the greatest mysteries of the last 60 years…The Dyatlov Pass Incident.
THE CIRCLE will scare you!
It will make you laugh!
And best of all, it will entertain you.
Come take the journey with us as we find the truth. It won’t be easy because there are lots of people out there that would rather the truth NOT come out. This includes at least one prominent government that rhymes with CRUSSIA! But no one can stop us if we have your support. Please donate generously today and receive one of the incredible perks. You can get a cool T-shirt and crew hat, have dinner with the producers, attend THE CIRCLE premiere party, or even be in the film if you want!Please donate today and share this project with your friends!
THE CIRCLE Only The Dead Survive
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