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Found Footage Horror Films

Four UFO Government Conspiracy Found Footage Films Based on Real Events

Let’s face it, UFO visitation movies are fun to watch and spur the imagination. Nothing bolsters a UFO encounter movie more than filming the story as found footage—but why? The very notion that a film may be actual proof of alien visitation, regardless of how remote the possibility, increases the entertainment value a thousandfold. And what better way to make a UFO visitation film even more ...

Boots on the Ground is Headed for iTunes

If you haven’t had a chance to check out Boots on the Ground, don’t despair. It is headed for iTunes next week. The feature is slated to make its debut on the service April 23rd. Boots on the Ground was written and directed by Louis Melville (who served as a co producer on The Last Horror Movie 2003). Boots marks Melville’s sophomore feature filmmaking effort. The film stars Ian ...

Four Found Footage Films People Thought Were Real

Sometimes an audience doesn’t get the memo that a work of fiction is just that. Take Orson Welles’ The War of the Worlds (1938), notorious for the panic it caused immediately after its broadcast. It’s obviously fiction now, but that wasn’t so clear to the people who heard the radio drama and flew into a panic. The program presented itself as a news broadcast, often with bulletins that interrupted ...

4 Things Blair Witch (2016) Got Right

By: Dan Weatherer Sequels are the movie industry’s favourite cash-cow, and a source of trepidation for fans of original IP’s everywhere. It seems to be the trend that if a new film sells well, a sequel will undoubtedly follow. This is especially true with horror movies. I, like many others, was wary of another attempt at a sequel to The Blair Witch Project (1999); arguably the movie which launched...


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