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Steelmanville Road: A Bad Ben Prequel (2017) Review

Steelmanville Road is a paranormal found footage horror movie written and directed by Nigel Bach. The film is a prequel to Nigel Bach's previous film Bad Ben (2016), and takes place entirely in the same house. The movie depicts what occurred in the months immediately preceding the events of Bad Ben (2016). Steelmanville Road tells the story of Rachel (Jessica Partridge) and Matt (Christopher Pa...

3 Found Footage Movies You Can Watch Now – Ruined by Underground Ruins Edition

The vast majority of humans live their lives above ground, going about the humdrum of daily life upon the surface of the Earth. We drive the roads, walk the paths, and sleep in our homes, all the while blissfully ignorant of the subterranean horrors that may lurk beneath us. In this edition of Found Footage Movies You Can Watch Now, we explore three films that prove the acuity of our surface-dwell...

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As Above, So Below (2014) Review

"As Above, So Below" is a found footage film directed by John Erick Dowdle, who also wrote the screenplay along with his brother Drew Dowdle. The movie chronicles young polymath Scarlett Marlowe (Perdita Weeks) in her search for the Philosopher's Stone, an artifact fabled to have powerful alchemical properties and the ability to grant eternal life. The director/writer team of John Erick Dowdle ...

3 Found Footage Movies You Can Watch Now – Yeti ‘Nother Edition

There’s nothing quite like taking a little trip to the woods. All alone in the great outdoors, far away from the trappings of big-city life, just enjoying the serenity of nature and the company of your loved ones. Until that is, a giant, hairy, large-footed cryptid hell-bent on killing everyone shows up to ruin the party. In this edition of Found Footage Movies You Can Watch Now, we explore ...

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Hide The Monster (2016) Review

"Hide the Monster" is a found footage film written and directed by Gabe Saenz. The film is presented as case evidence from a police department, stolen by hackers looking to expose government corruption. The story revolves around a young boy named Isaiah (Owen Hurst), whose mother Stephanie (Michelle Hurst) is concerned about her son's odd behavior. Isaiah has been locking himself in his room or...

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Bad Ben (2016) Review

"Bad Ben" is a found footage film written by, directed by, and starring Nigel Bach. The movie follows Tom Riley, an aspiring real estate investor who has spent all of his money on a house at a Sheriff's sale. Upon arriving at the house, Tom discovers that its previous owners have left many of their belongings behind, including a house-wide surveillance camera system. Tom uses his cell phone to ...

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Rorschach (2015) Review

"Rorschach" is a paranormal found footage film written and directed by C.A. Smith. The movie follows paranormal investigators Ricky and Ross (played by Ricky Lee Barnes and Ross Compton respectively) as they investigate the home of Jamy (Jamy Gillespie) and her young daughter Ashlynn (Ashlynn Allen). Jamy invites Ricky and Ross to her home, explaining that she and Ashlynn recently moved into th...

3 Found Footage Movies You Can Watch Now – Blinded by Science Edition

Time travel, alien encounters, experiments gone horribly wrong – there is no lack of science-themed films for the discerning found footage fan. In this edition of Found Footage Movies You Can Watch Now, we here at Found Footage Critic highlight some of the best found footage sci-fi that can be streamed online today. Project Almanac (2014) – Time Travel with a Twist Suppose you somehow obtained the...

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In Memorium (2005) Review

IN MEMORIUM is a found footage film written and directed by Amanda Gusack. The movie follows Dennis and Lily, a young couple documenting Dennis's final days after learning that he has terminal bone cancer. The film opens with Dennis (Erik McDowell) and Lily (Johanna Watts) moving into their newly rented house. Dennis explains his plan to record the progression of his disease by wiring the house...

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Ratter (2015) Review

"Ratter" is a found footage movie written and directed by Branden Kramer. The film follows Emma (Ashley Benson), a student who recently moved away from her family and friends to attend graduate school in New York City. Ratter is shot entirely from the perspective of three video cameras – the webcam on Emma's computer, the front and rear facing cameras in her smartphone, and the motion detecting ca...

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