VHS is a found footage anthology movie cataloging what happens when a bunch of punks find some found footage movies. Unsurprisingly it goes poorly, but in what ways? If you're a fan of either found footage movies or anthology movies then this movie is gonna be like french fries in a milkshake (that's a good thing... kinda... it's very subjective). Take a look. Just be warned: spoilers will happen.
The Taking of Deborah Logan is a found footage movie which follows a crew of documentarians trying to capture what happens to families when they care for a loved one with Alzheimer's Disease. Jack didn't like it, but that guy is only right about things like 15% of the time so check out the review and see if it's up your alley.
Man, this movie really takes ya back to a simpler time: digital handycams that still used tiny VHS tapes, a world unaware of the found footage genre, and the glaring inability to look up any background information on pop-culture trends. This one changed the face of horror. Read the review to find out why.
Troll Hunter is a 2010 Norwegian horror movie about the traditional western folklore of the Trolls. What's that, you say? You're unaware of any other Norwegian horror movies? Well . . . so are we. But that doesn't take away from what this is. And what is this you ask? Ha! Thought you fooled us huh? You'll just have to read the review to find out what this is. You coy bastard.
Yep, we're jumping on board the bandwagon and reviewing Cloverfield because of the new movie. Cloverfield is a 2008 found footage monster movie from JJ Abram's production company. Our writers were at one of the test screenings they did on college campuses. Did that give them any unique insights? Probably not, but we talked about it anyway.