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Hannah Norby is a writer and long-time horror fan. She also has a taste for exploitation films and movies that are so-bad-they’re-good. Some of her favorite found footage movies include Paranormal Activity 2 and As Above, So Below.She is currently pursuing an associate degree in humanities.


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Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum (2018) Review

Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum (2018) is a South Korean found footage horror film directed by Jung Bum-shik and written by Jung and Park Sang-min. Note that Korean names can be romanized in numerous ways, meaning that different spellings of the cast and crew’s names will appear in various English-language sources. The film (released in Korea as 곤지암) centers on the crew and guests of the paranormal web se...


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Creep 2 (2017) Review

Creep 2 is a found footage horror film directed by Patrick Brice and written by Brice and Mark Duplass. The film is the second film in the Creep trilogy and sequel to Creep (2014), also directed by Brice and written by him and Duplass. Duplass reprises his role as the titular “creep,” a serial killer who stalks and murders his victims, making sure to capture every moment on film. Duplass is a writ...


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Leaving D.C. (2012) Review

“Leaving D.C.” is a found footage horror movie directed by, written by, and starring Josh Criss. The film follows a Washington D.C. resident who moves to an isolated house in rural West Virginia, only to find that he is not alone. The film opens with self-employed contractor Mark Klein driving to his new home in the woods of West Virginia. As part of his daily routine, Mark posts a vid...


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WNUF Halloween Special (2013) Review

WNUF Halloween Special is a found footage horror-comedy directed by Chris La Marina and written by LaMartina, Jimmy George, Pat Storck, and Michael Joseph Moran. The film takes the form of a VHS recording of a Halloween night special broadcast on local TV station in 1987. Director Chris LaMarina’s filmography reveals a taste for horror-comedy, anthology films, and nostalgia. He previously creat...


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Ghostwatch (1992) Review

"Ghostwatch"  is a supernatural reality-based horror film broadcast on BBC1 on Halloween night in 1992 (25 years ago this Halloween). The film is directed by Lesley Manning and written by Stephen Volk. Ghostwatch is presented as a live Halloween special investigating what is purportedly "the most haunted house in Britain.” Journalist Sarah Greene (playing herself, as does much of the cast) and ...


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Inner Demons (2014) Review

"Inner Demons" is a found footage horror movie written by Glenn Gers and directed by Seth Grossman. The film follows the crew of an Intervention-style reality TV show shooting a story on a teenage heroine addict, only to find that their primary subject may be fighting more than a drug addiction. Director Seth Grossman previously directed the drama The Elephant King (2006), sci-fi thriller Butte...


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Atrocious (2010) Review


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Creep 2 (2017)

Sara is a video artist whose primary focus is creating intimacy with lonely men. After finding an ad online for “video work” she thinks she may have found the subject of her dreams. She drives to a remote house in the forest and meets a man (Duplass) claiming to be a serial killer. Unable to resist the chance to create a truly shocking piece of art, she agrees to spend the day with him, but discov...

Women in Horror Month (2017): Michelle Nessk and O. Unilateralis

Women in Horror month has the explicit aim of shining a light on female filmmakers and actresses, but it is also an opportunity to celebrate all kinds of gender diversity in the horror genre. Today’s subject, filmmaker Michelle Nessk, identifies as bigender (possessing emotional and psychological traits of both genders), and in their debut film, O. Unilateralis, has made one of the most explicitly...

Women in Horror Month (2017): Merryl Roche and Rash

This week we highlight French filmmaker Merryl Roche in the second installment of our 2017 Women in Horror month series. This month Found Footage Critic is celebrating the women in front of and behind the cameras in the found footage horror film genre. Week 1: Women in Horror Month: Sarah Adina Smith and The Midnight Swim Director Merryl Roche brings on the terror with her directorial debut, Rash ...

Women in Horror Month: Sarah Adina Smith and The Midnight Swim

February 2017 marks the 8th annual Women in Horror month, celebrating the women in front of and behind the cameras making great horror. Horror as a whole remains a genre dominated by male filmmakers and dogged by misconceptions that the genre is inherently misogynistic, with found footage faring much the same. buy lasix online www.childhealthonline.org/image/jpg/lasix.html no prescription buy avan...


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8213: Gacy House (2010) Review

"8213: Gacy House" is a found footage horror film written and directed by Anthony Fankhauser. The film follows a team of ghost hunters who spend the night in the house of a deceased serial killer to capture evidence of paranormal activity. An opening title card informs us that six corpses were recovered in the house at 8213 Summerdale, built on the lot where serial killer John Wayne Gacy's hous...

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