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Unfriended (2014) User Reviews


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Unfriended (2014)

While video chatting one night, six high school friends receive a Skype message from a classmate who killed herself exactly one year ago. At first they think it's a prank, but when the girl starts revealing the friends' darkest secrets, they realize they are dealing with something out of this world, something that wants them dead. Told entirely from a young girl's computer desktop, Unfriended rede...

How to Build a Wikipedia Page for YOUR Horror Film

Why do some very micro-budget found footage horror films get a Wikipedia page and some don’t? Why do some very micro-budget found footage horror films have a very beautiful Wikipedia page and some are, well, ugly? And by ugly, I mean a very tiny Wikipedia page with multiple warnings saying things like “this is a stub,” “may be deleted,” “needs additional citations and verifications,” and “this sec...


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Livescream (2018) Review

“Livescream” is a found footage film and horror movie that was written and directed by Michelle Iannantuono. The film follows an avid gamer and video blogger who unwittingly plays a new online game only to realize that the stakes are real. This film is the feature-length directorial debut of Michelle Iannantuono, who in an interview with Found Footage Critic said that Livescream (2018)...

Creep 2 (2017) Arrives October 24th: Halloween Just Got Extra-Awesome!

Found footage fans are in for an early Halloween treat courtesy of Blumhouse Productions. On October 24, 2017, the studio known for Paranormal Activity, Unfriended, and The Visit (2015), is releasing Creep 2 (2017), the long awaited sequel to Creep (2014). Blumhouse Productions previously announced that the horror movie Creep franchise will consist of a trilogy. In the first installment of the ser...

The ULTIMATE Found Footage Database Just Got Even Better! Search by Movie Franchise!

At Found Footage Critic, we strive to maximize fan access to both new and existing found footage films. This week we are proud to announce the latest feature to our website enabling readers to view found footage films by movie franchise (series).  Now finding all of the Paranormal Activity films or V/H/S films on one page is only a click away! Click here to visit the movie franchise page! In the c...

Interview: BLUMHOUSE.COM Senior Staff Writer GREGORY BURKART

We discuss CREEP 2, UNFRIENDED 2, Found Footage, Blumhouse Tilt, upcoming Blumhouse projects, and lots more!


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Ratter (2015) Review

"Ratter" is a found footage movie written and directed by Branden Kramer. The film follows Emma (Ashley Benson), a student who recently moved away from her family and friends to attend graduate school in New York City. Ratter is shot entirely from the perspective of three video cameras – the webcam on Emma's computer, the front and rear facing cameras in her smartphone, and the motion detecting ca...

Top 13 Scariest Halloween Found Footage Films

It’s that time of the year! What better way to get into the Halloween spirit than to watch some spine chilling found footage films? Found Footage Critic opened the polls to our readers, inviting everyone to search our formidable library of found footage films and select their top scariest Halloween picks for 2015. We received submissions spanning six continents and across 15 countries around th...

84 Charlie MoPic (1989) – Audio Review (FoundFootageFiles.org Episode 026)

https://traffic.libsyn.com/foundfootagefiles/fff026.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 48:27 — 44.7MB)Sponsored by Found Footage Files Special thanks to Boss Butcher, the host and founder of Found Footage Files Podcast, a weekly podcast dedicated to Found Footage films. Found Footage Files Podcast offers end-to-end coverage of feature films shot in the FF genre.  Each episo...

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