On Dec 15 1995 the hosts of a cable access show were going to do the first live broadcast in search of the legendary Jersey Devil. Only one came out alive. It took the police two days to find the bodies. It took the coroner four days to put the pieces back together. It took the jury one and a half hours to sentence the survivor to life in prison. One year later, filmmaker David Leigh decides to make a movie about it....
David Beard, Lance Weiler, Stefan Avalos, Jim Seward, Rein Clabbers, Michele Pulaski, Tom Brunt, Mark Rublee, A.D. Roso, Dale Worstall, Vann K. Weller, Sam Wells, Jay MacDonald, Faith Weiler, Marianne Connor, Robert Weiler, Brett Nielsen, Holly Madison, Jeremy Coleman, Todd Weiler
If You Go Down To The Woods
- The Last Broadcast review by Jawbreaker
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The Last Broadcast shares many similarities with the Blair Witch Project; both films share a low budget, amateur style and each arrived within close proximity of one another. However Blair is far more successful, and not only financially. The Last Broadcast focuses on who committed the murders and the ongoing mystery following the crime. Blair successfully placed you in the footsteps of the team within the woods, experiencing fear of the unknown. Last Broadcast certainly looks cheap and the attempts at characterisation or narrative are badly executed. The final few scenes feel like a convenient ending that undermines everything that has went on before. The film remains an interesting oddity and like the Blair Witch, very influential without actually being very good.