Horror Movie Takes Direction From the Audience
German movie, Last Call, is the first ever interactive horror movie. When you go into the theatre, you text your phone number to a speed-dial database. During the movie, the protagonist makes a phone call to a random audience member and asks their advice. “Should I go up or down?” “Left or right?” “Should I help the creepy man wrapped in bandages, rocking back and forth on the floor, or should I look out for myself?” Voice recognition software means the character identifies what the audience member wants them to do and follows his or her instructions.