Four Boxes (film)

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Four Boxes
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The man in the hood wreaks havoc in Four Boxes
Directed by Wyatt McDill
Megan Huber
Produced by Wyatt McDill
Megan Huber
Written by Wyatt McDill
Megan Huber
Starring Justin Kirk
Terryn Westbrook
Bain Boehlke
Sam Rosen
Release date
Running time
85 minutes
Country United States
Budget $40,000

Four Boxes is a 2009 low-budget horror thriller starring Justin Kirk, Terryn Westbrook and Sam Rosen. The film was written, produced and directed by the husband-and-wife team Wyatt McDill and Megan Huber of Minneapolis.[1] The 85-minute film, which cost $40,000 to produce, debuted at the 2009 South by Southwest film festival.[2]

The film is about three people who run an online auction business disposing of the possessions of recently deceased people. They move into a house they have to clear out, and discover on the computer a bookmarked website that plays four webcams that apparently are hidden in the apartment of a hooded bombmaker who is unaware he is being watched.[3]


  1. ^ Mali Elfman (May 6, 2010). "Four Boxes- Another Horror Indie That Can Make It Big?". ScreenCrave. Retrieved 2010-09-25. 
  2. ^ Hugh Hart (May 12, 2010). "DIY Thriller Four Boxes Taps Web Voyeurism for Chills". Wired. Retrieved 2010-09-25. 
  3. ^ Josh Tyler (2009-03-18). "SXSW: Four Boxes Reviewed". Cinema Blend. 

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