The item should be isolated from any person or event that is
objectively interesting since its effect is activated by the presence of dramatic incidents.
A movie camera used to make commercial feature films. Internal mechanisms are unremarkable.
Subjects near the item will often experience a “torqued" version of reality resembling the heightened drama and action of a movie. Whether these events are localized alternate realities or products of hallucination is currently unknown.
Additionally, the item seems to record footage from these incidents and creates VHS copies, edited in the style of short films.
The item first came to the Bureau's attention after a hospitalized mailman from [REDACTED], Arkansas claimed his injuries had been caused by a movie camera. Further investigation connected the incident to NBC, which was being shipped in the mail truck at the time. The packaged camera was later found in an empty warehouse. The return address led agents to a PO Box located in the San Fernando Valley belonging to a company called Blessed Pictures. Whether Blessed Pictures is involved in the creation and dissemination of the item’s VHS films is unknown.
The following is a list of all known films believed to have been shot by AI80-UE.
- Shoot First, Die Last (unreleased)*
- Coffee Bullet
- Billy's First Car
- Bike Hard
- Delivery Disaster
ltem was used in the filming of an unreleased western in 1968 on the Italian island of Sardinia. A cast member was killed during an on-set accident, stopping production. It is believed that Blessed Pictures bought the camera when equipment from the shoot was sold at auction.
During their investigation, agents learned that a podcast titled “Brian’s Movie Den" had reviewed the item-generated movie “Delivery Disaster". The podcast’s creator, Brian Hennerman, was taken for questioning. The staff of Movie Knight, the store Mr. Hennerman rented the film from, were also questioned to no effect.