Found Footage

Blair Witch (2016)

Blair Witch (2016)

The Blair Witch is the third in a very tenuous trilogy regarding what happens when you look for trouble in the woods around Burkittsville, Maryland. Turns out, trouble tends to find you, fuck with you for about 2 days, then kill you in a basement. Maybe people should stop looking for it? If you are wondering if you should look for this movie in a queue near you, click through to our review.

As Above So Below (2014)

As Above So Below (2014)

Paris. City of Love. City of over six million bodies buried in a gigantic underground labyrinth. Oh, and there’s also a stone down there that will give you the power of immortality, healing, and alchemy. You just have to figure out how to get to it and make it back alive. Hit the link to read about how easy a task that is.

Banshee Chapter (2013)

Banshee Chapter (2013)

Do you like conspiracy theories? At the very least do you like indulging them on a whim to examine some state sponsored horror that The Man doesn’t want you to know? Well then, let us tell you about Banshee Chapter. Why is it named that? We don’t know, but it should do well to scratch your “they’re watching us with black helicopters and controlling our minds with fluoride” itch. Click through to read our spoiler filled review.

Paranormal Activity (2007)

Paranormal Activity (2007)

If there were a Mount Rushmore of found footage movies, it would be hard to argue that Paranormal Activity doesn’t warrant a pretty ace spot. The guys talk about this often in hallowed tones, but haven't revisited it with critical eyes. Will it hold up? Click through to find out.

Found Footage 3D (2016)

Found Footage 3D (2016)

I’m not sure what cereal brands are currently running 3D glasses promos, but we have found a movie that you can use them for to get more mileage out of that $3 purchase of sugary breakfast death. And it’s a horror movie with a hefty amount of self awareness! What’s not to like?

The Houses October Built (2014)

The Houses October Built (2014)

October is here in force and we’re taking a spin through some films that promise to fit the mood of the season. Up first is a flick for all of you who think regular ol’ haunted houses are a bit too tame and would prefer a more… personal experience. What does that entail? Click on through to find out (and be spoiled).

Capture Kill Release (2017)

Capture Kill Release (2017)

You know how sometimes you find out that your significant other is a crazy person, but you’re kinda already pot-committed so you just sorta go along for the ride? Well, they made a movie about it, and it’s found footage, and it’s this one. Sound interesting? Click through to read our review.

The Last Broadcast (1998)

The Last Broadcast (1998)

The Last Broadcast is an important movie. It is the first film ever recorded exclusively digitally, and it's arguably the first movie in line in the now exhaustively lengthy list of modern found footage horror. How does it hold up today?

V/H/S (2012)

V/H/S (2012)

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.