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Filming has wrapped on a remake of the 1974 cult classic Black Christmas, one of the first slasher films to use the killer's point-of-view for storytelling in the horror genre.
Last month, the University of Otago's gothic registry building was transformed into the fictional Hawthorne College before filming shifted to Campbell Park Estate in the Waitaki Valley.
Blumhouse Productions was also behind the 2018 remake of Halloween (1978), which reportedly grossed $US255million worldwide with a production budget of just $US10million, and the 2017 horror hit Get Out, which grossed $US255million worldwide on a $US4.5million budget.
More than 70 University of Otago students were cast as extras in the film and images from the filming will be used by the university for promotional purposes.