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Interview

Podcast Interview: Phoenix Forgotten (2017) Director Reveals All! Ridley Scott Found Footage UFO Film (Episode 92)

Listen to our exclusive interview of Justin Barber, director of the new Ridley Scott produced found footage film Phoenix Forgotten (2017). This new found footage films is based on the Phoenix Lights incident, the largest mass UFO sighting in United States history. This podcast interview contains no spoilers. On March 13, 1997, thousands of people reported seeing a series of lights flying in fo...

Phoenix Forgotten (2017) Director Reveals Secrets of Ridley Scott Found Footage UFO Film! Found Footage Critic

We have an exclusive interview with Justin Barber, the director of the upcoming Ridley Scott-produced found footage film, Phoenix Forgotten. That’s right, we’ve navigated through the maze of government conspiracies, misdirection, and red tape to uncover the truth behind the Phoenix Lights. On March 13, 1997, thousands of people reported seeing a series of lights flying in formation over the city o...

Interview: BLUMHOUSE.COM Senior Staff Writer GREGORY BURKART

We discuss CREEP 2, UNFRIENDED 2, Found Footage, Blumhouse Tilt, upcoming Blumhouse projects, and lots more!

They’re Watching – Interview with Directors JAY LENDER and MICAH WRIGHT

Found Footage Critic had the opportunity to watch and review the 2016 found footage horror film, They’re Watching. As a follow-up to our review, we had the privilege of interviewing Jay Lender and Micah Wright, the writer/director team of this unique and entertaining film. They’re Watching is a parody (and dare we say satire) of the HGTV series, House Hunters International. The found footage...

Interview with O. Unilateralis (2016) Director Michelle Nessk

Found Footage Critic recently sat down via Skype with writer/director/actor/indie horror auteur Michelle Nessk, who wrote, directed, and starred in the upcoming found footage horror film O. Unilateralis (2016).  Proudly based in Seattle, Nessk has been working in the industry since 2007, including as a talented special effects artist, having studied under the legendary Cleve Hall. In addition to w...

UFO: Es Ist Hier (2016) – Interview with Director DANIELE GRIECO

We had the privilege of interviewing Daniele Grieco, director of two pivotal German found footage films UFO Es Ist Hier (2016) and Die Präsenz (2014). Found Footage Critic had an opportunity to discuss Daniele Grieco’s latest and much-anticipated horror sci-fi found footage film, UFO Es Ist Hier (2016). The movie follows five film students shooting a documentary at a local zoo who set out to...

Interview: THE MCPHERSON TAPE Director DEAN ALIOTO (FoundFootageFiles.org Episode 080)

This week we interview DEAN ALIOTO director and creator of UFO Abduction (1989) and Alien Abduction: Incident in Lake County (1998) [a.k.a. The McPherson Tape]. Dean Alioto walks us through the legendary making of both films and discusses the infamous warehouse fire, government conspiracy, and allegations of a cover-up of actual alien evidence! If you want the TRUTH, this is one podcast you won't ...

Interview: Oren Peli and Eduardo Sanchez Discuss Their Films & Careers

Oren Peli and Eduardo Sanchéz: Paranormal Activity and The Blair Witch Project The Blair Witch Project (1999) and Paranormal Actitivty (2007) are arguably two of the most influential films to grace the found footage genre. The Blair Witch Project illustrated the viewer interest and commercial potential of the genre. Paranormal Activity borrowed from the paradigm created by The Blair Witch Project,...

Interview: OREN PELI & EDUARDO SÁNCHEZ (FoundFootageFiles.org Episode 078)

This week we are honored to have special guests EDUARDO SÁNCHEZ and OREN PELI, two creative minds that were instrumental in defining the modern found footage film phenomena. The Blair Witch Project (1999) and Paranormal Actitivty (2007) are arguably two of the most influential films to grace the found footage genre. The Blair Witch Project illustrated the viewer interest and commercial potential o...

INTERVIEW: BLACK WAKE Director Jeremiah Kipp Talks Zombies and H.P. Lovecraft

In our second round of articles related to the highly anticipated found footage sci-fi/horror film, Black Wake (2016) I had a rare opportunity to sit with Director Jeremiah Kipp and discuss Black Wake and hear his thoughts on the found footage genre. Found Footage Critic: How did you come to be involved in Black Wake and with writer Jerry Janda? Jeremiah Kipp: I directed a short film called Painki...

EXCLUSIVE Interview with BLACK WAKE Director of Photography, Kenneth Kotowski

Found footage movie fans and horror/sci-fi fans alike are eagerly awaiting the release of the upcoming Lovecraftian inspired zombie found footage film, Black Wake (2016). The film is directed by Jeremiah Kipp, produced by Carlos Keyes, and stars Nana Gouvea, Tom Sizemore, Eric Roberts, and Jonny Beauchamp. Black Wake follows Dr. Luiza Moreira (Nana Gouvêa) who is investigating a series of strange ...

EXCLUSIVE Interview with NANA GOUVEA: Zombie Hunter in BLACK WAKE!

I had the rare privilege of spending some time with actress Nana Gouvêa during the last day of filming on the closed set of her upcoming found footage horror science fiction film, “Black Wake.”  The mood on the New York City set was bittersweet, as this marked last night of filming and the end of a long journey for the sizable cast and crew that worked tirelessly to make Black Wake a r...

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