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New VR horror film draws awareness to the hell of homelessness

Just in time for Halloween, comes a new terrifying experiential advocacy short called “The Killer,” in support of Spitalfields Crypt Trust. Released on YouTube and live event, The Killer, which you can view yourselves in full above, is a dark and disturbing VR psychological thriller, forcing viewers to not only lose themselves in the storyline but to become the storyline, seeing the horrors unfold around them. In a twist, the conclusion of the short film, reveals

 

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