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3 Found Footage Films You Can Watch Now – Phoenix Lights, Camera, Action Edition

Since the dawn of civilization, stories have been passed down about visitors from other worlds. With the proliferation of mass media, reports of extraterrestrial visitors have only increased in frequency. On July 7, 1947, townsfolk in Roswell, New Mexico bore witness to the now legendary UFO crash. On July 13, 1952, countless residents in Washington DC reported UFOs flying over our nation’s ...

Call for Donations: Mockumentary-Found Footage Film Festival in France Needs YOUR Support

The “On Vous Ment” mockumentary film festival in France has announced their annual call for donations. The festival needs your support to ensure the event is a success. Donations can be submitted through the festival’s official funding site—support the Mockumentary Film Festival here. The On Vous Ment, Mockumentary Film Festival, in France is back for its second year! The overwhe...

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...

New Movie Trailer: Viral Outbreak Strikes Germany in PESTILENZ (2018)

German filmmaker Thomas Grieser is in the thick of production on his second found footage film, Pestilenz (a.k.a. Pestilence in English). Grieser’s latest creation concerns a small group of filmmakers who set out to film a documentary about a viral outbreak in a remote village. Grieser’s first found footage film is Basement (2011), a German language found footage film about a man torme...

Women in Horror Month (2017): Michelle Nessk and O. Unilateralis

Women in Horror month has the explicit aim of shining a light on female filmmakers and actresses, but it is also an opportunity to celebrate all kinds of gender diversity in the horror genre. Today’s subject, filmmaker Michelle Nessk, identifies as bigender (possessing emotional and psychological traits of both genders), and in their debut film, O. Unilateralis, has made one of the most explicitly...

Phoenix Forgotten (2017) – Found Footage Film About “The Phoenix Lights” UFO Sighting

For the past twenty years, UFO enthusiasts worldwide have been mystified and intrigued by a mass UFO sighting that took place on March 13, 1997—an event known as The Phoenix Lights. Thousands of people spanning 300 miles in the Phoenix-Tucson-Nevada region reported seeing a triangle formation of stationary lights, purportedly of alien origin. If you’re thinking that The Phoenix Lights would ...

THE GRACEFIELD INCIDENT Lands On EARTH This Summer

PRESS RELEASE. Film Mode Entertainment announces the Berlin market premiere and theatrical release of sci-fi thriller, THE GRACEFIELD INCIDENT starring Mathieu Ratthe (LOVEFIELD, THE TALISMAN), Kimberly Laferriere (IN FE, SAVING HOPE), Victor Andres Turgeon-Trelles (HENRI HENRI, LE TORRENT), Juliette Gosselin (19-2, EMBRASSE-MOI) and Alex C. Nachi (STONEWALL, EMOTIONAL ARITHMETIC). The film was wr...

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...

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...

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