Follow Rorschach (2015) Found footage movie where two skeptic researchers investigate a mother’s claim that an unknown presence may be trying to communicate with her 7-year-old daughter. 9.3 Average User Rating 82 votes Rate This Item Your Rating: 0 Submit User Reviews (0) Write A Review Release Year:2015Genre:Ghost, Horror, ParanormalPlot Setting:HouseCamera Type:CamcorderFilming Reason:Capture Proof, Document EventFound Footage Purity:100% Pure Found FootageCamera Mode:DaytimeDirector:C.A. SmithWriter:C.A. SmithCast:Ashlynn Allen, Chauncey Taylor, Jaime Perpich, Jamy Gillespie, Joyce Porter, Ricky Lee Barnes, Ross ComptonCountry:USALanguage:EnglishProduction Company:BrainMashup MediaBudget:$7KRuntime:75 minBudget Range:$5K - $9KRegion:North AmericaFilm Type:Feature Videos Rorschach (2015) – Full Movie – Free August 10, 2016 9 Comments 2129 views Rorschach Rorschach 2015 Rorschach (2015) – Found Footage Movie Trailer August 10, 2016 No Comments 410 views Images See All Images No items found. Latest News See All News No items found. Jason Martinez I really, really enjoyed this movie, and is validating my theory that some of the best horror, specifically FF horror, is going to continue to come out of independent filmmakers. Great job guys! Mike Good film this! I’m not a huge aficionado of FF (though I quite liked BWP and Skew), but there is something about this one. I found it unsettling and unpredictable in the sense that (genre) elements which I considered inevitable didn’t occur and vice versa. Enjoyed it! Alison Parker I was shocked at how much I liked this film. I watched this with my partner, and he’s not even a horror genre fan, let alone a FF subgenre fan. The use of the sound was surprisingly scary, as you watched the slow descent of sanity of our trifecta. I wouldn’t do well with the scintilla of a hint of an animalistic/paranormal sound echoing throughout the house — the mother character is a braver woman than me. I’ve been recommending this film to all my genre friends this week. C. A. Smith Tried to make the horror film we wanted to see. It’s funny, the people who like it most seem to be either die-hard fans or people who generally don’t like the genre. I only consider myself a die-hard fan when it’s done right — Exorcist, Alien, Jaws, The Shining, Se7en, Blair Witch Project, & Signs. In some way, we probably stole from all of them. Thank you so much for your support, Alison.