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First Person Horror

5 Horror Characters That Could’ve Sustained a Found Footage Spinoff

Sometimes, there are characters in horror movies that, even if they’re not the protagonist, just stand out. We see them and we immediately want to see more of them. They pique our curiosity. In some cases, it’s because of what the actor brings to it. They have a larger-than-life personality that just seems to dominate the screen. In other cases, it’s because they have a video camera in their hands...

A Small Screen Blair Witch Project Series is in the Works at LionsGate!

LionsGate’s new digital distribution arm (dubbed Studio L) has announced an episodic series based on The Blair Witch Project (1999). The show will likely be released in the digital space, as the focus of Studio L is feature films and episodic content for that market. Little else is known about the planned small screen adaptation at this point, but stay tuned to Found Footage Critic for more ...

Descent into Darkness: My European Nightmare Poised for Big Screen Debut

Descent into Darkness: My European Nightmare will make its long-awaited big screen debut this weekend at The Unnamed Footage Festival. The fest runs from March 24-25. The film is Directed by Rafael Cherkaski. It was written by Quentin Boeton, Simon-Pierre Boireau, and Cherkaski. Descent into Darkness: My European Nightmare follows Sorgoi Prakov (played by Cherkaski) a television cameraman from a f...

The Unnamed Footage Festival is Taking Place In San Francisco This Weekend!

Found footage film festival, The Unnamed Footage Festival is set to enjoy its inaugural bow this weekend! The fest will be held at The Balboa Theater in San Francisco and will take place March 24-25. You can check out the entire lineup right here. Found Footage Critic and POV Horror are key sponsors of the fest and were involved with the procurement process! POV Horror exclusive Descent into Darkn...

Four Found Footage Films People Thought Were Real

By: Alyssa Ethelcrowe Sometimes an audience doesn’t get the memo that a work of fiction is just that. Take Orson Welles’ The War of the Worlds (1938), notorious for the panic it caused immediately after its broadcast. It’s obviously fiction now, but that wasn’t so clear to the people who heard the radio drama and flew into a panic. The program presented itself as a news broadcast, often with bulle...

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