Well... Pursuit of the Paranormal is actually coming. After a year of silence, it's being released next month. See, this is why people give Bores a lot of crap about not releasing anything, he doesn't communicate! Irate Gamer Game? Took 3 years with zero progress updates because nobody said anything! This ghost hunting crap? Took a long ass time because he wouldn't say anything!
Anyway, "Pursuit of the Paranormal" is the follow-up to Haunted Investigators but in movie format. Supposedly, he got a long conversation with a real ghost. Of course, I am calling double bullshit on this.
How do I know it's coming? He posted a video on it. A vlog where he discusses why it took so long and when it's coming. Chris says the reason it took so long as that he wanted to get it on TV so he went to various TV conventions and talked to networks that were possibly "interested". Listing Tru TV, Discovery, Netflix, and SyFy (I hate that spelling). However, nobody wanted it (probably because they did research on Chris Bores).
Oh and Bores mentioned that he spent thousands of dollars of his own money, emptying his bank account and all to do this. He even brings up Kickstarter but said he didn't want to do it. Obviously not because it would make you look like the world's biggest fucking hypocrite. That hasn't stopped your other instances of hypocrisy but............................
So instead of TV, he's going to show it in a "spooooky" theater in Toledo, Ohio on October 12th. Not only will he show the movie, he'll host a "ghost hunt" of the place. ... Am I being trolled right now?
I get the feeling very few people will actually show up to this thing, even less for the ghost hunt part. By the way, nice job scheduling the same day Pokemon X & Y comes out, losing you the gaming/paranormal crossover audience you have. ... All three of them.
But Danarchy, what if I don't live in Ohio and don't want to waste hundreds of dollars to go there and see what's obviously going to be a piece of shit? Don't worry, the DVD comes out October 22nd. If you're brave enough (or rather, sharp enough to stay awake) then you can get it and do a riff on it. I remember reading on Phelous' Twitter a while ago that he's interested in reviewing it. Probably sarcasm though.
Well, the video did answer one question. It gave us an answer for the long absences, he was supposedly at TV conventions. Here's a counter-question though, WHY DIDN'T YOU TELL US THIS? We would have understood and not given you so much shit for not releasing videos. Okay to be fair, would not doing these conventions have been any different from your previous schedules where you still barely released videos without any reason? Nobody wins either way.
I'm still hoping this is all a giant joke and the "documentary" ends up being like the movie Grave Encounters.