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Incident at Montauk Trailer WORLD PREMIER at 9PM EST on Feb 13, 2019!

Found Footage Critic is proud to host the WORLD PREMIER trailer for the eagerly anticipated found footage sci-fi thriller: Incident at Montauk (2019).  The film is produced by DeadFi Productions and was written and directed by Owen Mulligan. The trailer will premier on February 13, 2019 at 9PM EST, exclusively on Found Footage Critic! Click here to schedule your virtual front-row-seat at  the Inci...

Official Poster Lands for UFO Thriller INCIDENT AT MONTAUK (2019)

January 25th, 2019 — FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE / CONTACT: DeadFi Productions Owen Mulligan 802-598-9337 contact@deadfi.com DeadFi Productions has released the official poster for their upcoming feature-length found footage film Incident at Montauk (2019) , which was illustrated by Trevor Henderson. The film reveals the footage of Jed Logan, who after witnessing a UFO, discovers his sighting is linked ...

UNNAMED FOOTAGE FEST Returns to San Francisco in Feb 2019!

San Francisco, CA – The Unnamed Footage Festival emerges from a dormant state to announce that it will be returning to the Bay Area in 2019 to celebrate the most divisive subgenre of horror offer once more. This announcement follows the appearance of an unmarked box containing a collection of unraveled film canisters and a near indecipherable notebook on the street in the Richmond District o...

The Faith Community (2017) – Watch FIRST 9 Minutes for FREE!

The Faith Community (2017) – Film Synopsis A group of religious students drive into the remote wilderness to spend time with a religious sect and strengthen their bond with God. The three unsuspecting students film everything to document their experience, but soon find themselves in the dark underbelly of a twisted religious cult with questionable motives. This found footage film and horror ...

How to Build a Wikipedia Page for YOUR Horror Film

Why do some very micro-budget found footage horror films get a Wikipedia page and some don’t? Why do some very micro-budget found footage horror films have a very beautiful Wikipedia page and some are, well, ugly? And by ugly, I mean a very tiny Wikipedia page with multiple warnings saying things like “this is a stub,” “may be deleted,” “needs additional citations and verifications,” and “this sec...

Found Footage Film DVD Collector’s Series

POV Horror and Found Footage Critic are proud to announce the launch of our official Found Footage Film DVD Collector’s Series. As of this writing, 12 titles are already released and available for purchase through Amazon. Click here to see the official storefront for the Found Footage Film DVD Collector’s Series New DVD Titles Released EVERY Month! POV Horror owns the DVD licensing to ...

Black Wake (2018): Zombie Apocalypse Infects the Planet on August 7th on DVD & VOD

Mark your calendars—on August 7, 2018, the zombie apocalypse will be upon us. But fear not, for there’s still time to prepare. After a prolonged post-production period to get things just right, the long-awaited found footage horror movie and zombie film, Black Wake (2018), will be available on DVD and all VOD sites. Click here to prepare for the apocalypse by pre-ordering your copy of the Bl...

5 Horror Characters That Could’ve Sustained a Found Footage Spinoff

Sometimes, there are characters in horror movies that, even if they’re not the protagonist, just stand out. We see them and we immediately want to see more of them. They pique our curiosity. In some cases, it’s because of what the actor brings to it. They have a larger-than-life personality that just seems to dominate the screen. In other cases, it’s because they have a video camera in their hands...

This Week on POV Horror: Hate Crime (2012), To Jennifer (2013), The Plan (2017)

This week, POV Horror is proud to announce three new films to their growing Found Footage Film VOD channel. This week, POV Horror features two classic found footage films from director James Cullen Bressack: the controversial and polarizing  Hate Crime (2012) and black comedy horror film To Jennifer (2013).  Also released this week is the found footage horror film from Italy: The Plan (2017). POV ...

This Week on POV Horror: Mortal Remains (2017), The Rejected (2018), The Jokesters (2015)

This week, POV Horror is proud to announce three new films to their growing Found Footage Film VOD channel. The folks at Cryptic Pictures added the award-winning Mortal Remains (2017) to the POV Horror film catalog.  This full-fledged faux-documentary features none other than The Blair Witch (1999) director Eduardo Sanchez! Also featured this week is the release of The Rejected (2018), a POV Horro...

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 ...

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