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Hannah Norby is a writer and long-time horror fan. She also has a taste for exploitation films and movies that are so-bad-they’re-good. Some of her favorite found footage movies include Paranormal Activity 2 and As Above, So Below.She is currently pursuing an associate degree in humanities.


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Hangar 10 (2014) Review

Hangar 10 (also released as The Rendlesham UFO Incident) is a science fiction/horror found footage film from writer/director Daniel Simpson and writer Adam Preston. The film centers around a couple of metal detecting enthusiasts, Sally (Abbie Salt) and Gus (Robert Curtis), who, accompanied by their videographer friend Jake (Danny Shayler), go in search of a trove of Saxon gold in the forests of...


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Frankenstein’s Army (2013) Review

Frankenstein’s Army is a found footage horror film directed by Richard Raaphorst and written by Chris W. Mitchell and Miguel Tejada-Flores. The film follows an elite squad of Soviet soldiers during World War II. The squad is accompanied by a cameraman supposedly filming their exploits for propaganda purposes. On a mission to to rescue Russian soldiers trapped behind enemy lines, the men find...


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The Cannibal in the Jungle (2015) Review

The Cannibal in the Jungle is a horror mockumentary produced by Animal Planet, which blends fact and fiction. The film explores the existence of a newly discovered ancient, distant ancestor of man, which lived possibly as recently as 13,000 years ago. The species resided on the island of Flores in Indonesia and earned the name “hobbits” in the scientific community, as they stood about 3.5 feet tal...


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