Tag: Found Footage

Evidence (2012) – By Baron Craze

Budding filmmakers director Howie Askins and screenwriter and actor Ryan McCoy both in their first feature horror film bring a new powerful twist into the found-footage sub-genre, which increasing presents itself as difficult task, especially for those so new to the genre, yet they both admirably accomplish the task. Although one must inform the readers…


Area 407 (2012) – By Baron Craze

First time feature directors Dale Fabrigar and Everette Wallin, present a found footage style horror and sci-fi film, though, they both have previous film credits, providing them with a solid foundation to create an interesting journey for viewers, involving a monstrous creature likely a T-Rex dinosaur. Once again the success of The Blair Witch Project…


Willow Creek (2013) – By Baron Craze

Found Footage films seem to have earned a lasting impression on the horror genre, and the staying power always increasing mainly due to the fact of the cheapness for successful production, for wallets of budding filmmakers, however a strange element when a noted filmmaker, such as Bobcat Goldthwait enters into the subgenre with his version…


The 16th Episode (2019) – By Baron Craze

Jérôme Cohen-Olivar who wrote and directed this film that tries to mix together both the found footage and possession genres, but switches over to a narrative storytelling at the strangest times. It’s an ambitious project, but the limitations of budget wreaked havoc, and allowed for some plot holes, however that doesn’t mean discount the movie…


Moth (2016) – By Baron Craze

Moth is a Hungarian mystery-horror film that combines both the found footage genre and a narrative cinematography found in standard horror movies coming from screenwriter József Gallai (Echoes [2018]), who directed it alongside with Gergö Elekes (Bodom [2014]) releasing the movie through Wild Eye Releasing. It is uncommon for found footage films to incorporate the narrative…


Altar (2016) – By Baron Craze

Matthew Sconce, director of Altar, presents a found footage, now before you roll your eyes and groan, this time he adds a twist, by including the mixture of the slasher genre complete with doomsayer similar to that in The Birds (1963) and of course, Crazy Ralph from Friday the 13th (1980). However, Sconce delivers a…


The St. Francisville Experiment (2000) – By Baron Craze

Director Ted Nicolaou, a master of low-budget horror films whose most recent film came out in 2012 known as DevilDolls and started his journey with TerrorVision (1986), takes on the found footage genre with a brief 79-minute film, called The St. Francisville Experiment, concerning the historical figure Madame LaLaurie’s horrid life. The filming takes place…


2 Jennifer (2016) – By Baron Craze

Director and writer Hunter Johnson deliver a very good, and funny horror sequel to executive producer James Cullen Bressack’s To Jennifer (2013), entitled 2 Jennifer, and just like its predecessor filmed on an iPhone, and the movie a real time found footage production mixed with a narrative storyline. In addition, the conceptual design of documentary…


Butterfly Kisses Press Release

a unique mash-up of urban legend meets found footage Available Now!   Is the Urban Legend of The Blink Man real?  Director Erik Kristopher Myers sets out to answer that question in his new movie BUTTERFLY KISSES, which is available now on DVD, Blu-ray, and VOD.   The film is a mash-up of urban legend meets found footage…


Butterfly Kisses (2018) – By Baron Craze

First, this film contains no connection to director Rafael Kapelinski’s dramatic film of the same name released in 2017, rather as many others state, and I agree, is a documentary inside a documentary inside a documentary found footage horror film, which makes it hard to review without exposing many spoilers, therefore be forewarned it might…