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909 Experiment (2000) – Podcast Review (Episode 94)

This week we're reviewing 909 Experiment (2000). This film is not only one of the earliest found footage films but also is the first to introduce many of the tropes that are now considered staples of the found footage genre. Is 909 Experiment the Rosetta Stone of found footage? Listen to this episode to find out! Check out our written review of 909 Experiment (2000) here!

[UPDATE] Blair Witch Project Director Seeks Fan Support for Petition to Lionsgate

The filming of The Blair Witch Project generated over 19 hours of usable footage. This raw footage was edited down to the 90-minute theatrical version we all know today. For diehard fans, the coveted 19 plus hours of unseen footage is the holy grail of Blair Witch lore. On the latest episode of our Found Footage Files podcast we interviewed Eduardo Sánchez, co-creator of The Blair Witch Project...

Exists (2014) Review

"Exists" is a found footage horror film directed by Eduardo Sánchez and written by Jamie Nash. The film follows a group of friends who spend a weekend in a cabin in the remote Texas woods to party and film extreme-biking—until they have a run-in with Bigfoot. Eduardo Sánchez and Jamie Nash are no strangers to the found footage genre. Eduardo Sánchez is perhaps best known as the co-creator or Th...

Blair Witch Films

Blair Witch Series The Blair Witch Series is considered the defining films within the found footage Genre. The Blair Witch Project (1999), created, written, and directed by Eduardo Sanchez and Daniel Myrick is considered by many as the film that propelled found footage into popular culture. This is also the first film to use the Internet as the primary means of marketing a feature film. Reviews Th...

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...

Blair Witch (2016) Review [Spoiler Free]

"Blair Witch" is a 2016 found footage horror film directed by Adam Wingard and written by Simon Barrett. The film is the much-anticipated sequel to the classic found footage film, The Blair Witch Project (1999). Blair Witch follows the brother of one of the ill-fated film crew that went missing in the woods outside of Burkittsville, MD in the original film over 15 years ago. The announcement of...

Interview: Oren Peli and Eduardo Sanchez Discuss Their Films & Careers

Oren Peli and Eduardo Sanchéz: Paranormal Activity and The Blair Witch Project The Blair Witch Project (1999) and Paranormal Actitivty (2007) are arguably two of the most influential films to grace the found footage genre. The Blair Witch Project illustrated the viewer interest and commercial potential of the genre. Paranormal Activity borrowed from the paradigm created by The Blair Witch Project,...

Interview: OREN PELI & EDUARDO SÁNCHEZ (FoundFootageFiles.org Episode 078)

This week we are honored to have special guests EDUARDO SÁNCHEZ and OREN PELI, two creative minds that were instrumental in defining the modern found footage film phenomena. The Blair Witch Project (1999) and Paranormal Actitivty (2007) are arguably two of the most influential films to grace the found footage genre. The Blair Witch Project illustrated the viewer interest and commercial potential o...

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 (...

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