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Women in Horror Month (2017): Merryl Roche and Rash

This week we highlight French filmmaker Merryl Roche in the second installment of our 2017 Women in Horror month series. This month Found Footage Critic is celebrating the women in front of and behind the cameras in the found footage horror film genre. Week 1: Women in Horror Month: Sarah Adina Smith and The Midnight Swim Director Merryl Roche brings on the terror with her directorial debut, Rash ...

[EXCLUSIVE] James Cullen Bressack: “We’re Making 4 Jennifer”

Jennifer fans rejoice! Earlier today James Cullen Bressack confirmed with Found Footage Critic that he is indeed adding a fourth installment to the Jennifer film franchise, aptly titled 4 Jennifer! As for the plot of the fourth installment of the Jennifer series, James Cullen Bressack went on to say, “right now I’m going over two different concepts for the film.” While he’s...

3 Found Footage Movies You Can Watch Now – Doomsday Cults N’ Kool-Aid Edition

There’s an old adage that nothing binds people together more than family. However, there are some families that are worth steering clear of, which brings us to the catchphrase, “Don’t drink the Kool-Aid.” The next time you’re approached by an overly-friendly, soft-spoken man or woman adorned in a robe who shuns technology and invites you to their remote commune for di...

The Diary of a Psycho: New Marathi Found Footage Web Series from India

The found footage genre is a global phenomenon that has spread throughout the world in the form of feature films, shorts, and web series. The country of India has generated a fair number of found footage feature films, including the popular 6-5=2 (2013), remake 6-5=2 (2014), and ?: A Question Mark (2012). Now India proudly enters the world of found footage web series with the introduction of The D...

Ein tragischer Verlust in der Welt des Found Footage – Der deutsche Regisseur Joe Beer ist verstorben [German Translation]

Die Welt des Found Footage muss heute einen tragischen Verlust hinnehmen. Der deutsche Regisseur Joe Beer arbeitete gerade an seinem Spielfilm -Debüt Forest of Fear (2015) (als Regisseur und Autor) als er am Freitag den 3. Februar unerwartet verstarb. Wie es aussieht hat er sich, nahe der Stadt Finsterwalde, das Leben genommen. Es wird von einer Selbsttötung ausgegangen. Joe Beer war auch der Prod...

Women in Horror Month: Sarah Adina Smith and The Midnight Swim

February 2017 marks the 8th annual Women in Horror month, celebrating the women in front of and behind the cameras making great horror. Horror as a whole remains a genre dominated by male filmmakers and dogged by misconceptions that the genre is inherently misogynistic, with found footage faring much the same. That is why here on Found Footage Critic, we’ll be taking this opportunity to spot...

A Tragic Loss to Found Footage – German Director Joe Beer Passes Away

Today we mourn a tragic loss in the world of found footage. German director Joe Beer was working (as director and writer) on his first feature film,  Forest of Fear (2015), when he suddenly passed away this past Friday, February 3, 2017. He apparently took his own life near the town of Finsterwalde, Germany. His death is being ruled as a suicide. Joe Beer was also a producer on the upcoming found ...

4 Jennifer? Jennifer Trilogy Soon to Be a Quadrilogy

Fans of James Cullen Bressack’s Jennifer Franchise will be thrilled to learn that a new film in the series is due out soon. The third installment in the trilogy, #FromJennifer, is scheduled for release during spring 2017. If a third film is not enough to satiate your Jennifer appetite, then we’ve got some very exciting news to announce. We’ve learned from a strong source that a f...

The ULTIMATE Found Footage Database Just Got Even Better! Search by Movie Franchise!

At Found Footage Critic, we strive to maximize fan access to both new and existing found footage films. This week we are proud to announce the latest feature to our website enabling readers to view found footage films by movie franchise (series).  Now finding all of the Paranormal Activity films or V/H/S films on one page is only a click away! Click here to visit the movie franchise page! In the c...

Interview: BLUMHOUSE.COM Senior Staff Writer GREGORY BURKART

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

5 Highly Anticipated Found Footage Films for 2017

Now that 2017 is upon us, we have growing lineup of new found footage films to look forward to this year. We meticulously reviewed all of the found footage movies due out in 2017 and selected our top 5 most anticipated found footage films for 2017. With so many films to choose from, narrowing our list to five titles wasn’t easy. The found footage movies mentioned in this article are in vario...

Top 5 Found Footage Films for 2016

With 2016 coming to a close it’s time to take a look at the best-of-the-best new found footage movies of the year. We have had the privilege of cataloging well over fifty new found footage films during 2016 and choosing our top selections was not an easy task. Following a tedious review of this year’s films, we selected our top-5 favorite new found footage movies for 2016. Some of thes...

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