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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...

Phoenix Forgotten (2017) – Found Footage Movie Trailer

Phoenix Forgotten (2017) – Found Footage Movie Trailer – Film Synopsis In the spring of 1997, several residents of Phoenix, Arizona claimed to witness mysterious lights in the sky. This phenomenon, which became known as “The Phoenix Lights,” remains the most famous UFO sighting in American history. On July 23, 1997, three high school student filmmakers went missing while ca...

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Phoenix Forgotten (2017)

In the spring of 1997, several residents of Phoenix, Arizona claimed to witness mysterious lights in the sky. This phenomenon, which became known as "The Phoenix Lights," remains the most famous UFO sighting in American history. On July 23, 1997, three high school student filmmakers went missing while camping in the desert outside Phoenix. The purpose of their trip was to document their investigat...

3 Found Footage Movies You Can Watch Now – Doomsday Cults N’ Kool-Aid Edition

There’s an old adage that nothing binds people together more than family. However, there are some families that are worth steering clear of, which brings us to the catchphrase, “Don’t drink the Kool-Aid.” The next time you’re approached by an overly-friendly, soft-spoken man or woman adorned in a robe who shuns technology and invites you to their remote commune for di...

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/...

The Dark Tapes (2016) Redux Review

“The Dark Tapes” is a found footage horror movie anthology written and directed by Michael McQuown. Using found footage as a vehicle and told through the lens of four short stories, The Dark Tapes follows four groups of people in different walks of life that face their inner demons, both metaphorically and literally. In a genre that’s besieged with literal “what you see, is what you get” plots, Th...

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...

The Blair Witch Project (1999) – EDUARDO SÁNCHEZ Interview (FoundFootageFiles.org Episode 077)

http://traffic.libsyn.com/foundfootagefiles/fff077.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (0.0KB)This week we are honored to have special guest EDUARDO SÁNCHEZ, one of the defining filmmakers and creative minds behind the modern found footage film genre. Eduardo Sánchez discusses The Blair Witch Project (1999) and the highly anticipated sequel Blair Witch (2016) coming out this September. He al...

Preternatural (2015) Review

Preternatural is the new found-footage spoof, or at least, it starts out feeling that way, by filmmakers Gav C. Steel (director) and Dixon Barker (writer). The film is about two filmmakers named, Gav and Dixon (yes, they play "themselves") who intend to make a fake paranormal mockumentary with a hand-held camera. It's all a goof, until they are joined by aspiring actor Mark (Mark Williams), who...

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