Wednesday, February 9, 2011

In my inbox, I received the following media announcement from Timothy Maggiani at Virgil Films Entertainment, the entity birthing a new feature-length documentary about the Mothman:

November 15th 1966 - four young adults traveling through the West Virginia backwoods of an abandoned TNT Plant, come across something, unnatural... The headlights from their '57 Chevy strike what appears to be a black, lurking, lumbering, 7 foot tall man with red eyes and wings! Before the winged man of Point Pleasant would make his departure from its menacing raid on the God fearing souls of this minute church going community, 46 people would die tragically and hundreds more would be left traumatized and emotionally scarred for life. With rumors adrift of a haunting Indian curse, wild stories of men in black, bridge collapses, and a history of uncanny coincidences, UFO sightings, and even alien abductions; The Eyes of the Mothman is the first feature length documentary to delve deeper than any other program to uncover the truth behind this unsolved mystery from 43 years ago.


Adsila said...

This sounds interesting and something I would like to see. Let us know when we can watch it.

Autumnforest said...

If it's possible for a girl to get a hard-on, I just did. I love documentaries and this story is one I remember hearing whispered about as a kid growing up in VA when we would visit relatives in WV. They truly believed in it and it became as much a part of the folklore as a potential reality.

Ken Summers said...

Whew. Glad I'm not the only one who gets the occasional odd media contact. LOL

Actually, it seems rather well done from the trailer. I'm curious to see it. But then again, give me a creepy documentary about ghosts, curses, cryptids, and the like and you have my attention... provided it doesn't look like a 3-year-old filmed it.