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Butterfly Kisses (2017) – Found Footage Movie Trailer

Butterfly Kisses (2017) – Found Footage Movie Trailer – Film Synopsis A filmmaker discovers a box of video tapes depicting two students’ disturbing film project featuring a local horror legend, The Peeping Tom. As he sets out to prove this story is real and release it as a work of his own, he loses himself and the film crew following him into his project. Butterfly Kisses (2017) ...

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A filmmaker discovers a box of video tapes depicting two students' disturbing film project featuring a local horror legend, The Peeping Tom. As he sets out to prove this story is real and release it as a work of his own, he loses himself and the film crew following him into his project.

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...

4 Things Blair Witch (2016) Got Right

By: Dan Weatherer Sequels are the movie industry’s favourite cash-cow, and a source of trepidation for fans of original IP’s everywhere. It seems to be the trend that if a new film sells well, a sequel will undoubtedly follow. This is especially true with horror movies. I, like many others, was wary of another attempt at a sequel to The Blair Witch Project (1999); arguably the movie which launched...

10 Creepy Found Footage Horror Movies Spun into Movie Franchises

The global popularity of found footage horror movies is largely due to the gritty realism offered by the genre. What is scarier than being lulled into believing, even if just for a second, that the film you are watching is real? Our team of found footage experts set out to find the ten creepiest found footage horror movies that were made into movie franchises! You heard us right, ten found footage...

[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...

V/H/S Films

V/H/S Series The V/H/S series is the first found footage horror anthology and first found footage franchise based on an anthology. Each film in the series contains several found footage short films tied together with a wraparound story. The V/H/S series has gained popularity for the contributions of famous writers and directors, including Eduardo Sanchez, Jamie Nash, and Adam Wingard. Reviews V/H/...

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