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“Deadware” (2022) is a found footage screenlife horror movie that was both written and directed by Isaac Rodriguez. With the evident surge in technilogical advancement has also come a giant wave in narrative storytelling that relies heavily on computer animated (or interface) graphics to convey the plot. And while the screenlife subgenre has opened a door into a new way of looking into found footage, it’s pioneer filmmaker’s like Michael Costanza (The Collingswood Story) and Issac Rodriguez who have set the stage for screenlife, introducing an original style that pays homage to some of the ear...[Read More]
“Tontine” (TBD) is a found footage satirical docu-thriller written and directed by Ezna Sands. Comparable to popular television shows such as “Survivor” or “The Amazing Race”, Tontine presents itself in a similar manner, offering 15 contestants a chance to compete in a reality game show, where the winner will take home a prize of $10 Million. The big catch is, instead of the network paying the prize money, the $10 Million fortune will collectively be the fifteen contestants’ life savings. Having already set the stakes unprecedentedly high, an act of God throws the contestan...[Read More]
"Bad Ben" is a found footage film written by, directed by, and starring Nigel Bach. The movie follows Tom Riley, an aspiring real estate investor who has spent all of his money on a house at a Sheriff's sale. Upon arriving at the house, Tom discovers that its previous owners have left many of their belongings behind, including a house-wide surveillance camera system. Tom uses his cell phone to document the salable items in the house, as well as record his efforts to prepare the house itself for sale. Tom's work is plagued by a series of incidents in which furniture in the house is mysteriou...[Read More]
Malibu Horror Story (2022) is a found footage horror movie that was written and directed by Scott Slone. The film eloquently leverages many cinematic techniques blanketing the found footage spectrum; from CCTV surveillance footage, to faux documentary interview coverage, as well as what most fans of the genre today are familiar with being the first person (filmmaker) perspective. Despite the fact that over 30 cameras and codecs were used over the film’s ten year production period, Malibu Horror Story (2022) upholds its authenticity, which many test screeners have already admitted to be q...[Read More]
"WEKUFE: THE ORIGIN OF EVIL" (WEKUFE) is the first found footage movie to hail from the country of Chile. The film is written and directed by first-time feature film director Javier Attridge. The story follows a journalism student and her boyfriend who travel to Chiloé, a small island south of Chile. The couple investigates a possible connection between a large number of sexual related crimes in the region and an ancient local legend. The film opens with a teaser of journalism student Paula (Paula Figueroa) and cinematographer Matias (Matias Aldea) interviewing a Chiloé local. The conversat...[Read More]
Followed (2019) is a found footage horror film that was directed by Antoine Le and written by Todd Klick. The film delves into the world of vlogging and the personal toll of achieving success and fame. buy xifaxan online https://meadowcrestdental.com/wp-content/themes/trash_themes/meadowcrest/imgs/xifaxan.html no prescription buy zoloft online https://www.ukmedix.co.uk/wp-content/themes/twentyseventeen/inc/php/zoloft.html no prescription Synopsis: Followed introduces us to aspiring social media influencer “DropTheMike.” When he is offered the opportunity to get a nice stack of cas...[Read More]
The Haunting of Grady Farm (2019) is a found footage horror film that was directed by Matt Dickstein and written by Jeremiah Burton, Shane Hartline, Ben Kaplan, and Malia Miglino. The film delves into Irish and Scottish folklore, more specifically, the Sluagh or spirits of the restless dead. If co-write and co-star Shane Hartline looks familiar, that’s because he also co-starred in the Cam Girls segment of the groundbreaking found footage film anthology, The Dark Tapes (2016). Synopsis: Emily Wolf is the host of a travel show documenting supposed haunted locations around the country. Th...[Read More]
Hunter’s Creed (2020) is a found footage horror film that was directed by Justin Jackola and written by Justin Jackolda and Ken Miyamoto, and co-stars Duange “Dog” Chapman, from Dog the Bounty Hunter (2003) fame. The film has strong horror undertones and a faith-based story arch, which is a welcome breath of fresh air for the typical horror films permeating the found footage genre. online pharmacy buy bactroban online cheap pharmacy buy augmentin online http://dentalhacks.com/wp-includes/SimplePie/Content/Type/php/augmentin.html no prescription The film follows four friends ...[Read More]
Murder Box (2019) is a found footage horror/crime film directed by Gerald Varga and written by Jimmy Gannon and Gerald Varga. The film is a documentary following the lead suspect of a murder investigation, a stand-up “horror comic,” who performs under the stage name of Gerald Gerald Geraldson. The film opens with documentary footage of a police detective describing the interrogation of murder suspect Sam Geraldson, a stand-up horror comic who performs under the persona of Gerald Gerald Geraldson. Sam Geraldson is not only the prime suspect for a series of murders, but is also under investigati...[Read More]