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August Underground Films

August Underground Series The August Underground series is among the most graphically explicit films within the found footage genre. The series is historically significant as the film help popularize the cinematic technique of creating a feature film with the look and feel of a severely degraded VHS tape home movie. Reviews August Underground (2001) – Written Review Click here to visit the m...

Head Case Films

Head Case Series The Head Case series consists of four found footage films surrounding the serial killer Wayne Montgomery, who committed 41 murders between 1970 and 2007. Each film consists of recovered footage recounting the history of the ruthless killer. The series was made in the United States and written and directed by Anthony Spadaccini. Click here to visit the movie franchise page!

Slaughterhouse Films

Slaughterhouse Series The Slaughterhouse Series is a collection of found footage films hearkening from Brazil and are written and directed by Carlos Junior. The films in the series follow groups of friends who find themselves captured and tortured by an unknown asailant. The Slaughterhouse films are in Portuguese language with English subtitles. Reviews Slaughterhouse (2012) – Written Review...

Capture, Kill, Release (2016) – Audio Review (FoundFootageFiles.org Episode 082)

This week we review a found footage horror film shot from the POV of the killer—Capture, Kill, Release (2015) is a new found footage film from Canada that is directed by Nick McAnulty and Brian Allan Stewart. We are joined by special guest co-host Dustin Austen, showrunner and director of the hit Youtube series Haunted World of CW (2013). Dustin brings his filmmaking expertise to walk us throug...

Capture Kill Release (2015) Review

"Capture, Kill, Release" is a found footage horror film written by Nick McAnulty and directed by Nick McAnulty and Brian Allan Stewart. The movie takes the form of a documentary by two aspiring killers who film each step in the process of preparing for their first victim. Capture, Kill, Release opens with a largely unintelligible 911 call, the subject matter of which makes itself known later in...

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