Follow Evidence (2013) A detective hunts down a killer using video footage shot by the victims of a massacre at an abandoned gas station. 5 Average User Rating 5 votes Rate This Item Your Rating: 0 Submit User Reviews (0) Write A Review Release Year:2013Genre:Horror, Murder, Serial Killer, Violent CrimesTagline:Murder is an art.Plot Setting:DesertCamera Type:Camcorder, PhoneFilming Reason:No ReasonDirector:Olatunde OsunsanmiWriter:John SwetnamCast:Albert Kuo, Alisha Seaton, Aml Ameen, Ardy Brent Carlson, Barak Hardley, Caitlin Stasey, Chris Jai Alex, Christopher Frontiero, Dale Dickey, Harry Lennix, James Ryen, John Newton, Michael Daniali, Nolan Gerard Funk, Radha Mitchell, Seth Bailey, Stephen Moyer, Svetlana Metkina, Torrey DeVitto, Verity BrancoCountry:USALanguage:EnglishProduction Company:Bold Films, FilmEngine, Marc Platt ProductionsRuntime:93 minBudget Range:TBDRegion:North AmericaFilm Type:FeatureFilm Title:Evidence (2013) Peter Hoffman This movie is a mix of CSI, The Hills Have Eyes remake and the classic The Exterminator. The “violent” found footage parts are pretty good, but it ultimately reminded me of Vantage Point which is rather boring compared to the elements that this genre has to give. FoundFootageCritic Another thing to keep in mind is that the original Paranormal Activity was the first movie of it’s kind to really break though the Hollywood barrier. Most viewers had never seen anything like this before. The film had some great jump scares and truly creepy moments for a film of its time — A brief preview of my review coming later this week 😉 FoundFootageCritic I agree with the films you’re referencing. For me the transition between found footage and narrative took me out of the film a bit.