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A Small Screen Blair Witch Project Series is in the Works at LionsGate!

LionsGate’s new digital distribution arm (dubbed Studio L) has announced an episodic series based on The Blair Witch Project (1999). The show will likely be released in the digital space, as the focus of Studio L is feature films and episodic content for that market. Little else is known about the planned small screen adaptation at this point, but stay tuned to Found Footage Critic for more ...

Boots on the Ground is Headed for iTunes

If you haven’t had a chance to check out Boots on the Ground, don’t despair. It is headed for iTunes next week. The feature is slated to make its debut on the service April 23rd. Boots on the Ground was written and directed by Louis Melville (who served as a co producer on The Last Horror Movie 2003). Boots marks Melville’s sophomore feature filmmaking effort. The film stars Ian ...

Descent into Darkness: My European Nightmare Poised for Big Screen Debut

Descent into Darkness: My European Nightmare will make its long-awaited big screen debut this weekend at The Unnamed Footage Festival. The fest runs from March 24-25. The film is Directed by Rafael Cherkaski. It was written by Quentin Boeton, Simon-Pierre Boireau, and Cherkaski. Descent into Darkness: My European Nightmare follows Sorgoi Prakov (played by Cherkaski) a television cameraman from a f...

The Unnamed Footage Festival is Taking Place In San Francisco This Weekend!

Found footage film festival, The Unnamed Footage Festival is set to enjoy its inaugural bow this weekend! The fest will be held at The Balboa Theater in San Francisco and will take place March 24-25. You can check out the entire lineup right here. Found Footage Critic and POV Horror are key sponsors of the fest and were involved with the procurement process! POV Horror exclusive Descent into Darkn...

Four Found Footage Films People Thought Were Real

By: Alyssa Ethelcrowe Sometimes an audience doesn’t get the memo that a work of fiction is just that. Take Orson Welles’ The War of the Worlds (1938), notorious for the panic it caused immediately after its broadcast. It’s obviously fiction now, but that wasn’t so clear to the people who heard the radio drama and flew into a panic. The program presented itself as a news broadcast, often with bulle...

4 Things Blair Witch (2016) Got Right

By: Dan Weatherer Sequels are the movie industry’s favourite cash-cow, and a source of trepidation for fans of original IP’s everywhere. It seems to be the trend that if a new film sells well, a sequel will undoubtedly follow. This is especially true with horror movies. I, like many others, was wary of another attempt at a sequel to The Blair Witch Project (1999); arguably the movie which launched...

The Poughkeepsie Tapes is Finally Available on Blu-Ray!

Found Footage Critic is pleased to announce that The Poughkeepsie Tapes 2007 is available on physical media at long last. While the feature did enjoy a VOD bow a few years back (courtesy of DirecTV), the film’s recent Scream Factory release marks the first time the picture has been available on physical media. Seeing as how The Poughkeepsie Tapes was shelved by MGM back in 2007, the news of ...

Living Among Us (2018) Announces Release Date!

Found Footage Critic is pleased to announce that the vampire mockumentary Living Among Us has been slated for a US theatrical release. The film, which looks a bit like a more serious version of What We Do in the Shadows,  is directed by Brian A. Metcalf (The Lost Tree). You can check out the trailer for yourself in the player below. Living Among Us stars the late John Heard (Would You Rather), Ésm...

Found Footage Podcast The White Vault to Take the Stage!

Found footage audio drama The White Vault is gearing up to take the stage in New York City. The podcast will will be performing a rendition of their show opening for the NoSleep Podcast at a live show in New York City. The event will take place at The Highline Ballroom on March 13th, 2018. The cast will be performing a brand new prequel episode which will take place off the coast of Ny-Ålesund.  C...

The Unnamed Footage Festival is Gearing Up for its Inaugural Run

Found footage film festival, The Unnamed Footage Festival is set to hit the west coast this fall. The fest will be held at The Balboa Theater in San Francisco and will take place March 24-25 2018. The Balboa Theater is situated on a former cemetery and has long been dubbed a hotspot for paranormal goings on. The festival will feature short and feature-length films from around the world, all using ...

Aliens: Zone of Silence is Headed to America’s Favorite Streaming Service!

Found Footage Critic is pleased to report that the groundbreaking found footage film Aliens: Zone of Silence (2017) has just made its debut on Netflix. If you haven’t had a chance to check this one out, you can have a look for yourself right here. And if you haven’t already done so, you can read our rave review of Aliens: Zone of Silence right here. Aliens: Zone of Silence was helmed b...

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[Rec] (2007) Review

“[REC]” is a 2007 found footage horror film from Spain. It is co-directed by Jaume Balagueró, Paco Plaza, with Balagueró and Plaza co-writing the screenplay with Luiso Berdejo. The film follows a TV news reporter conducting a ride-along with the local fire department when a routine call goes horribly wrong. The film opens with TV news reporter Angela and her cameraman Pablo following the goings on...

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