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A heritage house on a creepy wooded hilltop in Cloverdale was the scene of a two-day horror film shoot last weekend.

Audiences won’t have to wait long to view the final result – Chained, a film short, debuts Thursday at Vancouver’s Vogue Theatre as part of Crazy 8s, an eight-day filmmaking competition.

Chained is written and directed by Rehan Khokhar and produced by brothers Matt and Mikey Granger – one of six teams selected for the frenetic film challenge for up-and-coming filmmakers.

Chained was shot at Mound Farm, a hill south of Highway 10 near 168 St., owned by the City of Surrey, which allowed the production to shoot there at no cost.

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via BClocalnews.com

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