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Bell Witch: The Movie (also known under the working title Tennessee 1) is a 2007 horror film. It is based on The Bell Witch legend and stars Betsy Palmer as the voice of the Bell Witch. It was scheduled for direct-to-video release on September 1, 2007.
The film retells the haunting legend about The Bell Witch of Adams, Tennessee, a historically documented haunting that took place in the early 19th century.
The film is described as a love story turned tragic when entangled with the legendary haunting of the Bell Witch. After stumbling across an ancient burial (in what is now known as the Bell Witch cave), brothers John Jr. and Williams Bell bring a strange curse home to their family causing their father, John, and sister, Betsy, to experience phantom attacks in the night and strange visions during the day.
Bell Witch: The Movie was shot in Townsend, Tennessee in September, 2002. The film was shot and mastered in high definition and its release was delayed until the technology was more widely available.
Side Sho is a 2007 horror film directed by Michael D'Anna. The film was shot in and around Savannah, Georgia, and won the awards for Best Feature Film and Best Original Score at the 2007 Terror Film Festival.
It was released on DVD July 29, 2008 by Lionsgate Entertainment.
A suburban family on vacation in the backwoods of Florida venture off the main highway in search of historic roadside attractions, but find much more than they bargained for, including a forgotten tourist attraction that houses a dark secret...
Side Sho was inspired by writer Frank Fox's experiences visiting odd roadside attractions and carny exhibits as a child. Director Michael D'Anna took inspiration from classic horror films of the 1970s, such as Tobe Hooper's Eaten Alive, Wes Craven's original The Hills Have Eyes, and the southern gothic films of S. F. Brownrigg. Several reviewers have pointed out the plot similarities with Rob Zombie's House of 1000 Corpses, but the director had not seen Zombie's film until he was already well into production.
The low budget production was fraught with problems, including the sudden loss of scheduled filming locations, special effects that refused to work properly,