Tag: Found Footage

Arkham Sanitarium: Soul Eater (2014) – By Baron Craze

Filmmaker Julian Grant, a professor for over 20-years, returns to low and micro budgets, known for his zombie art house film The Defiled [2010] and before that Electra (1996) which starred Shannon Tweed, now delivers an H.P. Lovecraft inspired film, and new avenue in the tiresome genre of found footage. His film presents ghosts, possessions,…


Heilstätten (2018) – By Baron Craze

Ah, the found footage subgenre continues to mightily roll-on, over 20-years ago The Blair Witch Project [1999] relaunched these films from the 70s on a spectacular internet marketing plan, then came the Paranormal Activity [2007] which led to its own franchise, in both cases these movies made one believe that what they saw was authentic…


Dark Mountain (2013) – By Baron Craze

Director and writer Tara Anaise with a story from Tamara Blaich, marks her debut in the found-footage horror genre, which for unknown statistically reasons and lack of data, shows, many women directors avoid the sub-genre. Nevertheless, Tara’s film begins honest intentions centered on a discovery of gold, and consequentially the lust for greed, with the…


The Tunnel (2011) – By Baron Craze

Director Carlo Ledesma (Sunod [2019]) uses natural devices, creating a novel path in this found footage film which includes interviews and narratives for his low-budget Australian indie horror feature in a mockumentary format. In the Australian cinema, it’s welcoming to see horror movies that provide refreshing tones from the commonly associated films of the ozploitation…


Wolf House (2016) – By Baron Craze

When one hears the words Found Footage, the average horror fan either reflects with glee or groans, and why not the quality of the quantity lately falls to an abysmal mess, while the standouts become few shining beacons. Hence, watching Wolf House from director Ken Cosentino (Attack of the Killer Shrews! [2016]), a man known…


Shallow Creek Cult (2012) – By Baron Craze

Director King Jeff, who did a wonderful short film 5 Miles Straight Ahead, which was showed at the Terror Film Festival in 2013, now presents his first feature film, Shallow Creek Cult, a found footage horror film, with his actual real life brother, Gorio co-starring. This film comes far under the micro-budget level and landing…


Horror List of the Day, Week 2 – By Baron Craze

Yes, another week has past by as we proceed with this strange 2020 year, and puzzling Halloween. Once again movies on this list can crossover into other days, the toughest we have starting the week off is the topic of zombies, virus verses undead, therefore it needs 2-days for proper coverage. WEEK 2 OCTOBER 11th…


Hell House LLC [2015] – by Creepy Crazy Cathy (AKA 3C)

My husband wanted to watch a horror movie, so he went onto Amazon Prime and chose Hell House LLC. He said that since I liked the movie Paranormal Activity and haunted houses, I might like this. When I first started watching the film, I thought it was a documentary or based on actual events but…


The Dooms Chapel Horror (2016) – By Baron Craze

The Dooms Chapel Horror was shot in Kentucky in true backwoods horror fashion, and yet incorporates multiple styles of filming including POV and found footage subgenres similar to both Hotel Inferno [2013] and JeruZalem [2015], and will later suddenly switch to a narrative storytelling method briefly with regard to surveillance and trap cameras. John Holt (10/31…


Grave Encounters 2 (2012) – By Baron Craze

The conceptual design for Grave Encounters 2 is to try to prove what occurred in part 1 really did happen, if in fact one suspends the belief that it wasn’t a fake. The Vicious Brothers return as writers and producers of this sequel, they were the directors of part one, which now has John Poliquin…