Super 8 Mm Film - in Popular Culture

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The backdrop of the 2011 film Super 8 involves a group of children in the fictional Ohio town Lillian filming their own Super 8 movie in the summer of 1979.

Some of the sequences in the film were actually shot in Super-8, using Pro8mm stock and cameras.

The 2012 film, Sinister contains Super 8 videos used to depict the various gruesome murders.

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