This week we review the Halloween themed found footage horror film, Hell House LLC (2016), directed by Stephen Cognetti, about a seasonal haunted house that opens its doors in 2009 in an abandoned hotel in rural New York. Once again we are joined by special guest co-host and filmmaker Dustin Austen, showrunner and director of the hit Youtube series Haunted World of CW (2013).
This week we review a found footage horror film shot from the POV of the killer—Capture, Kill, Release (2015) is a new found footage film from Canada that is directed by Nick McAnulty and Brian Allan Stewart.
We are joined by special guest co-host Dustin Austen, showrunner and director of the hit Youtube series Haunted World of CW (2013). Dustin brings his filmmaking expertise to walk us through the special effects in this very graphic film!
We look at a German film for the first time on the show this week. It is Director Danielle Greico’s 2015 film Die Prazenz (The Presence). Hear what we thought of this paranormal adventure as well as more found footage news from Michael! Thanks for listening and your continued support!
We interview another Legend of Found Footage this episode! None other than Dean Alioto, the Director of U.F.O. Abduction (1989) and Alien Abduction: Incident In Lake County (1998) Also known as The McPherson Tape. Dean tells the crazy, winding road these two films took him on. An interesting tale indeed! Enjoy the show and thanks for listening!
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Fresh off of the opening weekend, we look at Blair Witch (2016) this time out. How did we each react to this sequel? Enjoy the shoutouts, Michael’s news and our review of the film as well as an optional spoilerific section after our ending music! Thanks for listening!
We are very happy to welcome to the show two legendary directors in the Found Footage genre! We are joined by none other that Eduardo Sanchez (The Blair Witch Project, Exists) and Oren Peli (Paranormal Activity, Area 51) to discuss their films and how their successes have driven one another over the years. We also have news of a fan driven grassroots effort to bring the extended cut of The Blair Witch Project to the public. Enjoy the discussion and as always, thank YOU for listening! To participate in the Blair Witch Petition please click the banner below!
We are happy to welcome you to a very special episode of Found Footage Files as we look at the most influential found footage film of all, The Blair Witch Project. What makes it even more exciting we start the episode out with a fun interview with the creator and director of the film Eduardo Sanchez! So kick back and relax and enjoy our coverage of this legendary film!
It’s time for us to examine a true classic of the found footage subgenre! It is none other than Oren Peli’s Paranormal Activity (2007). Hear our thoughts on this very influential film, and get caught up with the world of Found Footage as Michael brings the news! Thanks for listening!
This week we review a well known film from Australia, 2011’s The Tunnel! This film is free to watch, and apparently the option to support their efforts by buying a hard copy of the dvd on their website listed below are currently not functional. Hear what we think about this subterranean horror as well as exciting news of upcoming films from Michael! Thanks for listening!