Welcome to Top Found Footage Films


Welcome to Top Found Footage Films – the place to be for all the best found footage horror movies out there! Our passion is your passion and we aim to please….

Whether you are stuck in the woods with some old hag battering your tent, trying to catch some paranormal activity at home with your wife’s camcorder, stuck inside an abandoned asylum or simply searching for Bigfoot….you’re all welcome here!

Ah I still remember the days when a pirate copy of Alien Abduction: Incident in Lake County sat proudly on my bedroom shelf…..how things have changed since then! These days all you need to do is pop down your local store, pick up a HD camcorder, grab a few friends and smash out a YouTube Blockbuster!

And the coolest thing about this genre of horror movie….you don’t need to be able to act! A few ‘is anyone there?’ linked to a few ‘did you hear that?’ and bang – top found footage films at their best!

Seriously guys it ain’t about the acting any longer ( although granted, it does help! ) as the best found footage horror flicks rely on atmosphere. This is where the genre comes into it’s own – where it evolves above the other horror genres and grasps us all firmly by the neck!

Our site Top Found Footage Films owes it’s existence to a couple of visionary directors who bent Hollywood over a barrel and went to town! I’m talking about Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sánchez – directors of a little known 1999 horror flick called The Blair Witch Project.


Who would of thought that three so-called students disappearing in a forest in Maryland would have kicked up so much of a stir! Widely considered one of the best found footage horror movies ever made – this is the benchmark all newcomers try to reach.

But that was back in the nineties – things have moved on a little since then! Studios are beginning to realize the cash cow that top found footage films provide. All of a sudden C.G.I. and half decent actors are making their way in front of the camcorder…..are things changing for the better?

Hell yeah they are! It doesn’t matter if the film budget is $20 million or $5 – if done correctly you will crap yourself! New producers are now using this format of horror to get noticed on a budget – how cool is that? I stick to my principal that the top found footage films are the ones that manage to capture the atmosphere – and that costs nothing ( well maybe the price of petrol journey to a forest at night but that’s about it! ).

So sit back and enjoy the ride friends – I know I will! Here at Top Found Footage Films we plan to bring you the best found footage horror movies available. We don’t care the about the budget, the country of origin, the language or the quality – if the camcorder shakes we wanna review it!


  1. Hey man,i think i found my new favorite bookmark..It’s nice to see,for a change, reviews made by someone who really loves the genre,and not some uptight generic-horror pundit who usually is overcritical at the ”motion sickness and bad acting”.-Things that i like to think all people watching these kind of movies are aware of since…i don’t know..the early 00’s ?
    Best regards,
    A romanian FF fanatic.

    • Hey Vlad how’s tricks!

      Nice to see you here! Glad you like the site :) If you ever find any FF films we haven’t covered here let us know and we’ll review them. There are a load of fans on the contact page ( they usually leave their opinions in the comment section there! ). Feel free to subscribe, leave a comment or even send us a mail whenever you want!
      Speak to you soon

      • I recently saw ”The Conspiracy(2012)”..and it managed to get my girlfriend relatively hooked on these movies ..Don’t think a review about that one is here..yet.Would like to read your thoughts on it.

        • Yeah that was a good film – gonna have watch it again for review purposes here. I have a huge list of films to review but I end up having to watch them over and over again ( this list is pretty big and by the time I get to review them I’ve forgotten most of what happened lol )

  2. Hi, do you ever watch V.H.S. movies?? The first is really good for me, specially for the breath-taking finale!! And how would you rate “Borderlands” a really interesting Brit movie??

    • Hey Alessio!

      Yeah I’ve watched the V/H/S movies and thoroughly enjoyed them – I found the second offering the most entertaining! We recently posted a review on the third installment which was nowhere near as good as the first two offerings but still enjoyable. Borderlands is a pretty awesome film, you’ll find our review on it here – Borderlands
      Cheers for stopping by – look forward to speaking with you again soon :)

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