We’re back after a short delay! We look at M. Night Shyamalan’s The Visit this time, and get a bunch of news from Michael. Also we briefly discuss a new “found footage” audio show called Archive 81. You can get more info on this new show by clicking here> Archive 81 website
This time we look at a Slenderman movie! The title is simply, Slender (2016). Does this film about everyone’s favorite Creepy Pasta character deliver the goods? Listen and find out! Also plenty of Found Footage News from Michael, including the sequel of Hunting The Legend from Director Justin Steeley.
We cover a thriller called Followed (2015) this time. Hear what we think of this original film and catch up with the world of Found Footage Film Critic, Michael Steinberg with the news. We also chat briefly about a short film we mentioned last episode, This House Has People In It.
We look at the final (?) Paranormal Activity film this episode. Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension (2015) is our subject after shoutouts and the news, and we also read the listener feedback left on Paranormal Activity The Ghost Dimension page at the Found Footage Critic website.
Back to the film reviews this time! We look at new film Home Video (2016) this week, and Michael catches us up with developments at FoundFootageCritic.com including the new found footage video rentals! In fact you can rent and watch this episode’s featured film by clicking on the movie link below! Enjoy the show!
We have an interview episode to tide you over until our next movie review show next week. We interview Taylor Ri’Chard, director of the new film The Final Project. Taylor tells us about the plot of the film, and answers our questions regarding the found footage genre, horror film favorites and more! Be sure to check out the trailer below, and keep an eye out for this new film!
We look at found footage shot in Israel this episode, a new film called Jeruzalem (2015). Find out about all of the recent upgrades to the Found Footage Critic website, including found footage movie rentals! We also discuss Max Cerchi’s upcoming film Insane, and Boss talks about My Dad’s Tapes, a You Tube series recommended by listener Eric Rutkowski!
We’re back from our January hiatus and reviewing a new film from directors Gergo Elekes and Jozsef Gallai called Moth. You’ll recall our review of their film Bodom back on episode 47. How does this one stack up?
Michael catches us up with progress at the Found Footage Critic website as well as other news and Boss catches up with You Tube Series Clear Lakes 44.