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Where is It (2017) – Found Footage Short Film

“Where is It?” is a found footage short film written and directed by Zak White and Todd Spence. With a runtime of only 3:29, this found footage film has some visceral and terrifying moments. The footage is presented from the POV of a video chat session captured on a smartphone. The story opens with Em (Whitney Gries) who steps into her house after returning from a trip. Em is video cha...

ROKU Found Footage Horror Movie VOD Channel! Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast are Coming Soon

NEW YORK, New York – September 4, 2017 – The founders of FoundFootageCritic.com and WickedHorror.com have announced the formation of POV Horror LLC, a horror film distribution and production company focusing on found footage horror films. The company is celebrating its launch with the release of the first Found Footage Horror Movie VOD Channel now available on ROKU devices in supported countries w...

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...

Blair Witch Petition: Results

While fan support has been overwhelmingly positive, most surprising is the outpouring of support from the horror community, especially horror-related websites and support through social media, particularly Facebook and Twitter. Many horror websites have gone so far as to not just republish the petition, but write articles in multiple languages spanning over 50 countries from around thew world. Bel...

UFO Abduction (1989) – Encounters TV Segment (1994) Uncovering the “Hoax”

After contacting Dean Alioto in 1994, the television show Encounters aired a story on UFO Abduction. For the purposes of our historical research, this section includes quotes from the Encounters segment on UFO Abduction.  UFO Abduction (1989) – Encounters TV Segment (1994) Uncovering the “Hoax” UFO Abduction (1989) is a found footage horror sci-fi film UFO Abduction director Dean...

Re-Found Footage – Early Eduardo Sanchez & Jamie Nash Collaboration

Found footage films by their very nature are intended to look like genuine recovered footage. So, what do we call a recently discovered found footage web series that was lost amidst the passage of time and endless sea of videos on Youtube? How about “re-found footage”? This is the case with a little-known found footage horror/comedy web series called ParaAbnormal (2009). ParaAbnormal (...

Blair Witch Project Co-Creator Says Extended Version of First Film “Would Be Cool To Do”

This week’s episode of Found Footage Files Podcast featured special guest Eduardo Sánchez, co-creator of The Blair Witch Project (1999) and executive producer of the much-anticipated sequel, Blair Witch (2016). Sánchez discussed the possibility of creating an extended version of The Blair Witch Project using untapped raw footage from the original 1999 film. The filming of The Blair Witch Pro...

3 Found Footage Movies You Can Watch Now – Blinded by Science Edition

Time travel, alien encounters, experiments gone horribly wrong – there is no lack of science-themed films for the discerning found footage fan. In this edition of Found Footage Movies You Can Watch Now, we here at Found Footage Critic highlight some of the best found footage sci-fi that can be streamed online today. Project Almanac (2014) – Time Travel with a Twist Suppose you somehow obtained the...

TheBlood-Shed Interviews FOUND FOOTAGE CRITIC owner Michael Steinberg

TheBlood-Shed’s own staff writer Dylan Patton interviewed Found Footage Critic owner MIchael Steinberg in an article published on May 19th, 2016 as part of the site’s “Comrades In Horror” series. Michael discusses why he created Found Footage Critic and the site’s contribution to the horror community. You can read the full article here: Comrades In Horror: Michael Ste...

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