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 SΓ‘nchez – 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 πŸ™‚ 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 )

      • totally agree-i check this site reguarly for new ones. Very grateful to site owner πŸ™‚

  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 πŸ™‚

  3. hey Chris
    Love the site
    Wondered if you have had the chance to watch and review 2 films you may or may not have heard of. Unaware and Absence – both alien found footage films which i hear are pretty decent but not had the chance to see myself. be good to hear your thoughts on them πŸ™‚

    • Hey James, sorry for the late reply!

      Yeah I’ve watched them both and they are on the list to be reviewed ( which will involve me having to watch them again! ). From what I can remember I thoroughly enjoyed the pair of them. Nice to see you hear and glad you enjoy the site πŸ™‚

  4. Hey.
    I randomly stumbled on this bookmark whilst trying to find Find Footage films to watch, it’s super helpful. I’ve been a Found Footage fan for as long as I can remember, dating back to the Blair Witch. I know that movie gets a lot of flack these days, but there are just simply some people that don’t understand what this genre is meant to be about. It’s never about brilliant acting, the Blair Witch was just simply terrifying in such a simplistic fashion, and it felt so real. That made me just fall in love with this genre.

    I’ve seen a lot of shit in my time, and evidently you have too judging by your recent reviews LOL, but there’s always an underrated gem you find that barely anyone else has seen. I don’t care how many times I’ve seen something done, I’ll consistently watch FF movies, nothing is able to terrify me more. There’s just something about feeling like I’m there in the 1st person, and like I’m the person holding the camera.

    Other Horror movies have just never been able to make me want to hide behind something as much, as this genre does. Thanks for giving me a place to find my passion, and introducing so many more people to this amazing genre.

    • Hey there Brandon, great to have you here!!!
      Glad you like the site – feel free to interact with the other followers here ( there are quite a few now! ). I didn’t realize how many Found Footage freaks like me there were out there until I started this site up about a year ago, it’s gone from strength to strength. We are currently looking into running a forum from this site as well so keep an eye out!
      Nice to meet you πŸ™‚

    • totally agree. I just shook at the cinema with knuckles in my mouth for
      the duration of the entire film. Great genre great site

  5. A few more good FF films I have came across are The Sacrament, Raised by Wolves, Possession of Michael King, Grave Encounters 1&2, Area 51, Always Watching, The Atticus Institute, As Above so Below, The Pyramid, and Hollows Grove. Thats just to name a few πŸ™‚ I have a hard time finding good FF films but with all of these I found a little something that was just satisfying to say the least. Now I feel as if I have left myself with nothing else to watch. So anyone with any ideas sling’em my way!

    • Hi there!
      All of the films you mentioned have been reviewed here except for The Pyramid…because it isn’t Found Footage ( well part of it is but that doesn’t really count! ). Have a look through our archives or categories on the right side of the page to find something new – we’ve reviewed about 200 titles so far so you’re bound to find a load you haven’t seen yet πŸ™‚
      Whenever you spot a film you don’t think we’ve covered here make sure you let us know so we can get on the case and get it reviewed!
      Nice to have you here

  6. Love this site, Chris! I’m a huge fan of horror films and actually created an amateur one with some friends a couple of decades back when I was young. I’ll be sure to suggest your site to any of my HalloweenPartyExperts.com visitors who might express an interest in making their own film or finding the best found footage movies out there!

    • Hi Patrick,
      Glad you enjoyed your visit here as much as you did! Feel free to spread the word on us as often as you want – the more visitors/members we get here the better πŸ™‚

  7. Just want to say thank you for all of your work! This site is awesome. Keep up the good work. I have found some real beauties here, most of them I never even knew existed. You rock brother!!

    • Hey Gabriel!
      Nice to see you here mate! Glad you’re enjoying the site and don’t forget to spread the word πŸ™‚

  8. Very happy to have stumbled into your site! I’ve been watching a new POV/FF/Mockumentary horror flick every night, and was running out of contenders. When I found you, I was pleasantly surprised to see titles that, not only had I not yet discovered, but very appropriate and useful summaries of those films. Just finished Encounter: Contamination, aka, Encounter 2015, and enjoyed it… Lest the few issues I happened upon. Looking forward to hearing about new horror films in this subgenre!!! ✌

    • Hi there Amy,
      Welcome aboard – glad to have you here!
      We try and get through as many films as possible so there are usually a couple of new reviews popping up over a weekly period. Look forward to seeing you here again soon ( and if you discover any FF beauties – give us a shout! )

  9. One I didn’t notice on here that you should check out or at least give a review of so others can look into it is “Devil’s Pass/The Dyatlov Pass Incident”, watched both that and Skinwalker Ranch on the same night a couple of years ago at a drive in, I actually enjoyed Devil’s Pass more than Skinwalker but they were both high quality productions.

    • Hi Dom,
      Yeah I’ve watched both of these movies ( it’s got to the point where there’s very little I haven’t seen in this genre lol ). The problem I have is there’s so many out there now to review I get a huge backlog after I’ve watched them. This means I have to re-watch them to give them a proper review process!
      I especially enjoyed Dyatlov Pass – I remember it was quite an awesome ending! Skinwalker Ranch was reviewed here about seven months ago – should be able to find it through the search bar at the top of the site ( unless I deleted it by accident!!!! ).

  10. Thank you so much for this site. What I appreciate most is that your reviews are always honest.

    Inner Demons is one of the best movies i’ve discovered on your site.

    • Hi Ian,
      Well thanks for saying so πŸ™‚
      Glad you like the site so much – don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be kept up to date with our latest publications!!!!

  11. Nice blog. Excellent for my current found footage kick (Wont see a “proper” horror movie for quite a while).

    Have your reviewed Houses that october built? I liked the movie and would love to know your opinion. Would also love you to trash Mockigbird, i regret deeply seeing that movie.

    Aniways great work and keep doing it.

  12. Hey Chris, hope all is well! Been checking in with your reviews for the better part of a year now, just been very silent. Anyhow we just finished our first found footage horror movie and it’d be an honor if you took a look at if you ever got a second.

    It’s sort of our love letter to the found footage sub-genre, so I’m sure we can probably relate on alot of the same favorite movies. Anyhow if you want to check it out it’s available to watch right here http://www.REELHorrorMovie.com

    Cheers Chris – Keep the good fight going!

    • Hey Chris,
      Sorry for the delay – haven’t stopped this week and this site just won’t stop gathering pace!
      Thanks so much for the link. I’ll review the film on this site but the other regulars will see your comment here and also pay a visit ( I will include the link again in the review! ). You are actually the second indie filmmaker to contact us this week so I have two films to go through now ( which is pretty awesome! ). Contact me if you need any more help.
      P.S. I will be reviewing both films asap – we had an advertising problem with the site over the last few days and that has caused us to have a bit of a backlog.

    • Hey Chris – tried watching/reviewing the movie last night but the Vimeo version won’t stop buffering! I’ve got a super-fast connection but it still buffers like mad. Do you have another version online somewhere? Really want to review it!

    • Hi Valerie, what was your last message? Please elaborate on your comment πŸ™‚

  13. You should check out and review Legend of the 5ive, embedded, and House of 100 eyes. Pretty good stories and progression. Let me know what you think.

  14. Fantastic website! Thanks for all of the great suggestions!
    Finding a gem in the Found Footage genre is much like finding a needle in a haystack, but the great ones are some of the best horror films ever made.
    Just when I thought I’ve seen all of them, I’ll come across yet another one that blows my mind.
    I agree with most of what’s reviewed here and for all of you running out of titles to watch like me, here are some you don’t hear about too often that aren’t too shabby:
    Apartment 143
    Area 51
    The Conspiracy
    The Hunt (2006)
    Amber Alert
    Skinwalker Ranch
    The Sacrament
    Into The Storm
    Final Prayer
    Delivery: The Beast Within
    The Dirties
    The Possession of Michael King
    Atticus Institute
    Digging Up The Marrow
    The Gallows
    Hopefully I didn’t repeat too many of those mentioned on the site.
    Now, please send me some hidden gems! haha.

    • Hi Randy,
      There are actually a couple of films on your list here that I don’t think I’ve seen – will be looking into them this week πŸ™‚

  15. I’m not sure if you got my first comment so I’ll try again. You are so cool and you inspire me because of your reviewing talent. My parents say I should do reviews since it combines two of my passions: writing and watching movies. Horror is definitely my number 1 favorite genre. I hope you got my lengthier comment because that said a lot more.
    Also you haven’t done the Triple F’s The Bay and Chernobyl Diaries yet, I didn’t them in the search. They came out in 2012 and Oren Peli/Jason Blum worked on them. If you do them please do reference me for the suggestion, it would mean a lot.
    Also check out my mini review on the Unfriended review, you might like it.

    An American Fan

    • Hey Christine, how’s tricks?

      Great to hear you like the site so much – the huge amount of followers I get here make it all worthwhile! I have watched both The Bay and Chernobyl Diaries but I’ve got such a large backlog it’s impossible to catch up at the moment – I end up watching films once then again about 2 years later just to refresh myself before I review. Just last night I had to watch The Bell Witch Haunting for the second time! ( I’ll probably be publishing it’s review this weekend! ). Don’t worry – I’ll give you a mention for reminding me about Bay & Chernobyl ( both great films from what I remember! ).

      As far as reviewing goes why don’t you start up your own blog? It’s actually not difficult to learn…but it is a lot of work! The online university where I learned my trade is now FREE ( tutorials, tools and two FREE blogs! ). You can find them HERE if you want a look around.

      Don’t forget that if you do decide to start something up I can help you along the way – you can get me direct through the contact form on this site!

      Anyway I’ll leave it in your hands, think about it and get back in touch πŸ™‚

  16. Hi Chris, I’d just like to say, your site has been my go to place to get found footage horror films ever since i discovered you by accident a few months ago. At this point I’m basically scrapping the bottom of the barrel of found footage films (I have seen every film you have reviewed) and right now am looking forward to your new reviews. To be honest, by this point I’ll take anything that you even remotely consider to be watchable. I’m starting to feel like this has turned into some sort of addiction with me checking your site every few days haha


    • Great stuff Yad – nice to know we are being used as a reference. We have a backlog of about 20 films at the moment but finding the time to review them all and keeping the site running is proving hard, hard work ( I write every review myself! ). There should be several new ones reviewed and published this week ( famous last words but I’ll try my best to get around to them all! ). πŸ™‚

  17. Please please please PLEASE remove the social media side bar from the side. It single handedly deters me from using this site. :/

    • Well no I’m afraid we can’t LOL. Social signals are what makes a website look worthwhile in Google’s eyes – we rank extremely well due to the amount of social shares we get on a daily basis. Websites cost money to run and social activity actually brings us in this money – we need it to keep the lights on around here!
      Besides, out of the tens of thousands of visitors we get a week – you are the first to complain about them LOL! πŸ™‚
      They are actually the most widely used social buttons online – billions of blogs are using them!

  18. This is my new favorite movie site. Found footage is my favorite guilty pleasure. I’ve found some great ones (You did Emergo! I loved that one! And some stinkers, Yellow Brick Road, ugh). But found footage is always in my netflix searches!

  19. Did an yon see NIETZERMANN ?
    The conspiracy started with this YouTube Hoax showing a psychic in the 80s announcing the end of the world — The complete story is in the movie.

  20. Mentioned before but you definitely need to see “embedded”- look up trailer for it and u will see why. And Legend of the 5ive. Slight acting issues in embedded but great directing and moments all throughout. Legend of the 5ive is just pure fun to watch I thought.

    • Cheers for the heads up – I can’t seem to find that Embedded anywhere online…

  21. Hi Chris ! Ive been checking your whole blog and ive found some great movies. I love this genre, and every review ive read is pretty accurated. Keep it up, im waiting for new movies to come up cuz i think ive seen em all ! lol

    • Hey Jordan,
      Nice to have you on board! Great to hear that you like website so much! πŸ™‚
      ( Remember – sharing is caring so spread the word! )

  22. Check out the 2014 Blackwater Vampire!
    Pretty different and fresh ff take on vampires.

    • Yeah it’s on the list – watched it about a year back now but it’s caught in the backlog of reviews I have to complete πŸ™

  23. I some how stumbled across this blog and I love it. I would usually use imdb or ask friends about films first but I appreciate the opinion of someone who genuinely enjoys movies. Thanks again!

    • Hi there Des!
      Great to hear that you enjoy the site so much – welcome to the community! πŸ™‚

  24. Awesome site, as for a recommendation: have you seen Devil’s Pass (2013)? It’s about the Dyatlov Pass incident – something I was always fond of reading about as a kid, great spooky campfire story but based in reality, thought it was cool somebody made a movie involving it.

    • Hi Nath,
      Yeah I’ve watched Devil’s Pass a couple of times now but I’ve not got around to reviewing it yet. I have a huge backlog of films to review here on my list and it’s pretty hard getting through them all! I agree with you though – it’s a great film! πŸ™‚

      • Haha oh wow after checking the comments on here I must apologize, you’ve been asked that one a fair few times before. Regardless, thanks for taking the time to do this site, I love this… genre(?) and have gotten a few interesting ones I hadn’t found already from here such as The Phoenix Incident; was pretty OK – I’ve watched so many documentaries on that event over the years and it’s still puzzling, so it’s always hilarious to see someone’s evil alien take on things >:)

        Not sure if it’s up your alley, but if you’ve run out of FF for the time being there’s a great archive of stuff which may be of interest to wade through (if you haven’t seen it already). Linked in the website section.

          • Hi Chris,

            I didn’t compose it myself, no (if that’s what you meant). I don’t know who did, but I appreciate their effort. Not all of it will be worthwhile, some links will be dead etc, others a bit too far-fetched, but for the most part -particularly the ufo/paranormal wikipedia articles- it can stoke the ol’ imagination.

  25. I’m totally going to bookmark this site. I LOVE the found footage genre. Not enough films marketed for it and it sucks. I wish someone would attempt a found footage “UFO footage captured by an abductee Government worker” type thing. Sounds weird but can you imagine where it could go. Like pans of inside of a ship, heavy breathing, hiding. I dunno, I’m weird.

    • Hi Kevin!

      Great to have you here! “heavy breathing, hiding. I dunno, I’m weird” – this made me laugh! I like the idea though πŸ™‚

  26. so ausome to see a site devoted to my fav type of horror movie! def found a few here i havent seen before. i have a large collection of dvds in the found footage genre, if there are any films i have seen that arent on ur list i will be sure to let u know. keep up the good work hun x

  27. These aren’t found footage but wondering all the same if you have seen/enjoyed these series.
    The Fades
    Bedlam S 1-2
    Misfits S 1-5
    Afterlife S 1-2
    Apparitions S 1
    Being Human S 1-5
    Paradox S 1
    Luther S 1-3 (soon to be 4:)
    Also I love league of gentlemen, psychoville, and Inside No9 (comedy but dark tone throughout, got to love shearsmith and pemberton!)
    You Brits seem to have beaten everybody else when it comes to unique horror/drama series (especially comedy – any graham linehan show, spaced, hyperdrive, the smoking room). I’ve always been disappointed in most of U.S. Options for tv, with a few exceptions (Fargo, anything Chris carter, Fringe)…(though I guess half the x-files and mileneum would be considered Canadian..). Just wondering what else besides found footage you are interested in.

    • Ahhh a Misfits fan are we Brandon – top man! I liked the first few seasons but then they lost the Irish lad to more feature length films etc…
      I dunno – it just sort of went downhill from there!
      I like anything really that is horror or Sci-Fi based – I’m just a regular geek at the end of the day!
      I’m smashing through the second season of The Leftovers at the moment – pretty clever stuff from the guy who did a lot of writing for Lost.

  28. If you like lost than have you seen Life on Mars and Ashes to Ashes? Same ending but thought Ashes to Ashes was a little mor concrete and satisfying as an explanation. Also a huge Doctor Who nut here S 1-9. What do you think of Steven Moffat era vs Russel T Davies era? Personally prefer Moffat. Plus his Sherlock adaptation is fu*^ing superb. Also you will love What we do in the Shadows. Directed by Jemaine Clement from Flight of the Concords and is true Found Footage format. I can’t believe you haven’t heard of it before. It has unique style and hilarious script.

    • Ahh I also like the good doctor – have done since I was a kid in the late 70’s! I actually live in Cardiff near the BBC studio where they film the more recent episodes of the program. Steven Moffat owns a property in Lisvane about 3 miles away! I also prefer Moffat but it’s a close call. Russel T Davies is a fellow Welshman after all! πŸ™‚

  29. Hi everyone, tnx to this site i have found a few FF movies i haven’t seen before and im sooo happy πŸ™‚ although i did watch Tape 13 against your advice! what a pile of S**T! absolute nonsense.
    But i have found a few gems tnx to you :))
    i keep meaning to put a list on here of FF movies i have or have seen just in case u haven’t seen them, im sure you have but u never know you might find one or 2 that u missed πŸ™‚ if i remember or have time between watching horror movies i will do a list tonight πŸ™‚ x

    • Hi there Rachel – great to have you here!

      Any lists are always welcome, there are always one or two titles that have slipped past me! Post them here whenever you feel the need πŸ™‚

  30. I’m gonna start making a list soon but I did watch an Ff movie last night that u can’t find mentioned on here. It’s called devils backbone texas, it’s part found fotage part mocumentary. Not the best I’ve seen but not terrible. The ending did leave a bad taste but equally it made me laugh and pissed off at the same time, hard to explain but if u see it u will understand. Let me know if u or anyone here has seen it I would love to see u thought of it πŸ™‚ x

    • I did start watching Devil’s Backbone Texas but I got interrupted by my toddler son – I thought it was gonna be shit so I didn’t go back to it…yet! πŸ™‚

  31. ok heres my list of FF films i have in my collection, i left quite a few out like the PA Films and Blair witch etc

    Found Footage films –
    alien outpost
    always watching
    amber alert
    apartment 143
    area 407
    area 51 (2015)

    bigfoot tapes
    beckoning the butcher
    borderlands/back from hell
    bell witch haunting
    bucks county massacre
    chasing the devil
    classroom 6
    cohaset snuff film
    collingswood story
    creep (2014)
    digging up the marrow
    hangar 10
    hollow (2012)
    house of 100 eyes
    hollows grove
    hooked up
    hunting the legend
    the hunt (got that guy from babylon 5 in it so i like it hehe)
    in memorium
    inner demons
    lake mungo
    the mirror
    mr jones
    night in the woods
    ouija experiment
    pigman murders
    phoenix incident
    project almanac
    ploughkeepsie tapes
    houses october built
    the taking of deborah logan
    the tunnel
    the visit
    wicksborough incident
    willow creek

    A few of my favourite horror films (not FF) –
    absentia (I looovvvvveeee this movie!!)
    the hallow
    last shift
    mum and dad
    we are still here
    starry eyes
    yellow brick road
    confederate states of america
    coherence (not horror but gave me nightmares lol)

    sorry about any spelling error etc πŸ™‚ i got plenty more FF and horror in my collection that i didnt add plus lot of FF ive seen on youtube which i will try and find again and post them here.
    hope you like the list and hopfully there are one or two u havent seen πŸ™‚ x

    • Great list Rachel – ‘pigman murders’ sounds familiar but I can’t remember watching it…I may have to look into that one a bit further!

      • Pigman is about a group of Irish lads going camping or somthing in memory of their dead friend. It’s not to bad a movie.
        Devils backbone is a hard watch but worth a look, some of the acting is terrible especially the main guy, I say watch it in the background while doing somthing else and just watch the interesting bits. That’s what I did and I kept having to rewind bits lol. I finally finish watching the hunt, ugh that was hard to watch! Dreadful film, if it wasn’t for that babylon 5 actor I love I don’t think I would have sat through it lol.
        One more I want to mention is megan is missing, had to order that dvd from America coz I don’t think it got a release here in the UK, really liked that film the ending really creeped me out and apart from the annoying “Valley” girls I thought it was a great film πŸ™‚ x

  32. also i know confederate states of America isn’t horror but it is a mocumentary so i included it on the list πŸ™‚ x

  33. Hi Chris. I’ve been a die-hard horror fan for many many years but I’d taken a break from ‘found footage’ for a while. Getting back into it and came across your site whilst looking for recommendations – looks like a fantastic and valuable resource. Thanks for all the effort you obviously put in – I’ll be a regular visitor! Cal.

  34. Well Shit… Steadily been going back through your blog downloading all the ones that sounded decent, and they have delivered almost everytime (Mockingbird.. just bleugh at the ending) Four left to watch, but I came to the end of your blog suggestions (well, the start really but all the same)
    What am I supposed to do now? waaaaaaaaaah!

    • Don’t worry Marc – I’ve got a load more here to publish ( just running a bit behind at the moment! ) πŸ™‚

      • Hope so, almost done. Really liked Exhibit A and Alone with her, both very unnerving

  35. Merry Crimbo!!! Producer just got team a MacBook Pro for principal editing on House of Labrys! Editing process has begun!!! Hope to have first segment posted by end of January πŸ™‚

  36. It’s one of these movie genres people either hate or love. I personally love them, even though I’ve watched some awful ones, I’m still grateful people are still making them (same for horror movies). I’ve bookmarked this site immediately and am following you on Google+ as of today. Thanks for your work and site! Happy New Year

  37. Found pretty much the only other found footage TV series (other being the River) called Siberia. Kind of like 2survive in its setup of being a reality tv show that goes horribly wrong. Has elements of “Lost” mixed with survivor (except not shitty like survivor). Should check it out if havn’t. I didn’t even know it existed till week ago…lot of fun and has insane build ups in plot. Thought acting was quite well done too. Btw that Doctor Who/River song Xmas special was amazing!! And Sherlock is right around the corner!!!

  38. happy new year πŸ™‚ had a break from FF over the holidays, though i would catch up on the hollywood films (what a waste of time that was! apart from mad max ofc) found gallows,borederlands and wer in one of my local charity shop today for pennys so gonna have a FF marathon tonight lol. tnx for the review of blackwater vampire gonna check that out too πŸ™‚

  39. Lil update for you. Looks like January 15th is release date of House of Labrys: Segment 3. Saw a rough edit and think it turned out quite well. It will be just under 18 minutes. Segments will be posted in this order: 3, then 2, then 1, then 4, 5, and then 6. Reverse order for first half and forward for second. When all finished can obviously watch in order but Producer wants it to be like puzzle audience has to piece together. Segment 2 will be posted just after March 7th and Segment 1 on April 1st. There will also be mini-segments in between the main 6 that are from the villains cameras (those are like 4 minutes a piece). Filming rest of project during spring break and summer as am in school for Surgical Technology major so luckily the producer is allowing me all the time I need to finish as long as do it right :). I know you can’t do a review until all posted (every segment and mini-segment will be online by summer 2016) but would love to hear what you think of Segment 3 after it is posted.

    • Sounds cool Brandon – let me know more about the release date of the third segment! ( the first one that’s being put out there )

  40. Segment 3 should be posted by afternoon on Friday, January 15th. Segment 2 has already begun editing (all of 2 filmed except last minute and 45 seconds which is filming along with all of Segment 1 during March 6-13th). All villain perspective mini segments already filmed as well. Segment 2 and 3 both use 3-4 different cameras. Got cellphone footage, “the beast” which is a Canon GL2, a mini action camera, and a modified full spectrum cam. 2 was fun to film as have 3 cameras rolling during whole segment πŸ™‚ while segment 3 is more of one shut off and another one then turned on kind of thing. You are not going to really know what’s going on after see Segment 3 as was made to be kind of like a silent film (only segment like this except part of 4) No real dialogue for 18 minutes, just get from A to B to C and then D. Will make you ask bunch of questions which will be answered in other segments (why is he here, what is he doing? Who is attacking? What’s in the book?) can see behind the scenes pics on Project’s Instagram page HOUSE_OF_LABRYS

    • Great stuff – make sure you pop back here to remind everyone when it hit’s the net!

  41. Invite to my new channel and series!
    https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCx_CNiOnUUWxSO8o_OO6Wow Don’t forget to like and subscribe. If can’t have the link on here then just leave in rest during moderation. If type in House of Labrys it won’t show up directly yet as search engine results take longer to post than actual channel (will pop up eventually when search but takes longer to put on site, especially with celebrity deaths just happen I’m told..) If type that in go like 7 vids down to No Through Road playlist or RackaRacka found footage playlist. Both of those are under my channel House of Labrys. Can go to video section of channel from there and there u go. Link will take straight to channel though ;). Enjoy and hit me up with email or comment on what u thought of it as I value your opinion. Little info and hints in description and about section. I’m excited. It’s finnally officially begun!!!

    • Cool stuff – I’ll be on this when I get back home this evening! It’s fine to leave a link to this site wherever you want really πŸ™‚

      • U get a chance to see it? Editing one of the mini-segments now for the next release πŸ™‚

        • Hey Brandon, been working all weekend so I haven’t had a chance to sit down and concentrate on it ( without any bloody interruptions ) yet! Will be watching it within the next couple of days! πŸ™‚

  42. Also, I put a link to your website on my page if that is alright πŸ™‚ if not then let me know and I will take it down, no worries.

  43. I am honestly speechless…
    This site is fantastic. I can’t wait to work my way through all of these films. Also, just reading through some of the comments, I can already tell this is going to be a bookmark that I frequent almost daily. Thank you so much to all parties involved! Please keep up the great work!

  44. Hey! Just wanted to suggest a movie re quick.
    The Frankenstein Theroy | http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2646378/
    This is probably my favorite of the “Frankenstein’s monster”-type movies. It was on Netflix for a while, but I’m not sure if it’s still there. You may have heard of it before, but I just wanted to share this since I didn’t see it anywhere on the site.

    • Hi Stephen, yeah I watched it many moons ago but I just haven’t got around to reviewing it yet. I remember that I loved it ( even though many other critics didn’t! )

  45. Hey Chris,
    wow, great side. I appreciate your review-style: well-balanced & straight to the point. Really fucking brilliant. Keep up the good work!
    Cheers from Bavaria!

  46. Oh, I almost forgot…
    I am curious. What do think of Dabbe: Cin Γ‡arpmasi?
    Personally, I would rate it as outstanding next to Trollhunter or Cannibal Holocaust.

    • Not sure if I’ve seen that yet, or I’ve completely forgotten about it – one of the two! Will look into it this weekend!

      • Hey Chris,
        always a pleasure to swing by. Feels like home by now, sorta-kinda. Browsing through your reviews usually ends up with a binge-fest. Thanks for that!
        Found a cool oldie the other day: Septem8er Tapes (2004). Never heard about it before. You?
        Last but not least, I had prioritize my horror films before my collection explodes. So, I started a love-list on imdb (http://www.imdb.com/list/ls033236982/), heavily inspired by your site.

        • Hi Stefan,

          I did watch Septem8er Tapes a few years ago but I’ve completely forgotten most of it – another one to put on the re-watch list! πŸ™‚

          Great list BTW

  47. First post! Fantastic website! Great reviews! More importantly; I feel a hell of a lot better knowing that I’m not the only person out there who really enjoys FF Movies.

    Keep up the good work Guys!

  48. Should watch and review “occult” by director of Noroi. I know you had issues with overacting in his other effort “cult” but this is more in the vein of realism captured in Noroi. Amazing acting, plot progression, and fu^^ing awesome climax. Continues story from Noroi as a side-quel of sorts.

    • Hi Brandon, loved the last episode of Labrys!
      I watched Occult about a year back with dodgy subtitles on YouTube. Looking for a better copy before I review it for the site ( the subtitles seemed to be too transparent at times! ).

  49. Segment 1 to begin filming soon! Holding auditions and casting this week. Releasing a couple of mini-segments in the meantime. Next to be posted will probably be House of Labrys: Segment 0.25. Lil hint…get to see unexplained origin of camo villain and a list of rules.

  50. Thanks for the support btw!!! Long time fan of your site. It’s rare to find attention given to anyone/everyone that posts a comment or question. Whenever I bring up my project to others, Allways make sure to point them your way for some more found footage goodness πŸ™‚

    • No problem Brandon – love the series so far!
      Love responding to other fans as well. If I kept quiet the site would just be like any other shitty film site out there, and I never wanted that! I work online for a living and this was only going to be a sort of side project! It currently ranks on the first page of google under the term ‘found footage films’ due to the interaction between visitors in the comment section. I started it as a ‘labor of love’ but now it’s getting out of hand (in a good way!) πŸ™‚
      You guys make it work – without you lot visiting the site would never rank!

  51. You really need to see Camera Trap. One of the best found footage movies ever made.

  52. Have you seen “What We Do in the Shadows” yet? Directed by Flight of the Conchords actor Jemaine Clement. Is a comedy horror hybrid (mainly comedy) that hits every spot.

    • I seem to remember the title but I can’t remember if I’ve watched it or not! Will have to look into it again this week!

  53. I really do love this site but I may have to be annoying and keep pushing Camera Trap on you! I’ve seen all the movies you reviewed plus then some. That’s why I’m dying to find out what you think about Camera Trap. I’m not going to give anything away so I don’t want to give details. I’ll leave it up to you if you want to read about it before hand. On a side note although not a found footage film Dark Woods 2 is pretty decent. Strangely enough the first Dark Woods was a found footage film. Dark Woods is just the Americanized title. They’re actually called Villmark and Villnark 2.

    • I’ll have a look for that one tonight Howard – don’t suppose you have any links for it do you? πŸ™‚

  54. hello Chris, this is such a wonderful site which I discovered lately. I am a filmmaker with three feature films and my new found footage film β€˜House of Temptation’ won the Best Supporting actor award in a festival here in San Francisco. Film has an amazing cast and we have 8.4 rating on imdb. Would you like to review my film β€˜House of Temptation’?
    here is a trailer. I look forward to your reply.

    • Hi there Doc, thanks for reaching out!
      Would love to review your Found Footage film for this website. Do you have a copy I could use temporarily for review purposes?

        • Sorry lost this message in the mass of comments I get every day! Will send you an email now!

    • 0.25 removed from main channel and will be added as a deleted scene on extras page if anyone tried to follow link..rewrote the beginning and producer approved. Have to pay for reshoot on my own dime but going to be worth it :). Side note: getting the English translated into Hebrew by particular scholar/Rabbi soon as he get back from Israel (only few bits in Hebrew, but some hidden treats for those who bother to translate)

      • Good stuff Brandon – looking forward to covering the complete set on here ( we can showcase it pretty easily! )

  55. Hey there, love the site have had it bookmarked for some time, this is my first time with a suggestion for a review though.
    It’s a new movie called, “They’re watching”
    I think its quite good but it is definitely worth watching.

    • Cheers Jordan,
      Watched it the other night on Putlocker – will be trying to get it reviewed asap ( but there’s a bit of a backlog here at the moment…as always! ) πŸ™‚

  56. Should see Dabbe 3, Dabbe 4 (only ones in series that are found footage-amazing stuff-Turkish). Also “They’re Watching” just came out and is so much fun (monumentary stylez) Set in Maldovia I think bout a girl who buys rundown house and fixes up in Maldovia and turns out she is a witch. Watch trailer for it soon as possible and you will see what I mean by “fun”. Was a surprise and a joy to watch-lots of cgi in finale-EPIC. The Dabbe movies are like Turkish paranormal activity movies-cept involving Jinn (besides a hiccup in a single special effect in 3 they are both outstanding. I recommend watching Dabbe 4 first as they are not directly connected (none of same characters). Enjoy :). Also just saw “slender”. Really enjoyed it, but not sure exactly how I feel about the end product, would have to watch again.
    Dabbe: Bir Cin Vakasi
    Dabbe: Cin Carpmasi
    They’re Watching

    • All good options Brandon! πŸ™‚
      I’m at the point where I’ve just about seen everything ( except Hotel Hollywood – which I’ve recently been informed is Found Footage but I can’t find it anywhere at the moment! ). The problem I have is trying to find the time to review them all – I have a list of over 100 Found Footage films I’ve watched but haven’t got around to reviewing for this site yet! So this site is at least 100 reviews down on what it should be at the moment…
      I’ll get there in the end ( I hope! )

      • If u can find hotel Hollywood let me know. Been looking for that one for 3 years now and no luck. No download, stream, or option to purchase…why make a movie if you won’t let anybody see it? Hear it is based on real event of quarantine in Japan or China of a wedding party trapped in building.

        • I think it’s disappeared somewhere into the Bermuda Triangle – really pisses me off when I’m looking for this one! I know scammers are making a fortune out of promising the movie after a ‘sign up’ so it’s safe to say it’ll never be re-released…and I have no idea why?

  57. If anyone can point me in the direction of, “In Memorium”, I’ve been searching EVERYWHERE for it, but so far, no luck. Dying to see it, so any help in doing so would be greatly appreciated☠

    • Hi Amy,

      Have you tried putlocker(dot)is yet? They are usually my first port of call when it comes to Found Footage. I remember watching this particular film on a site named Solar Movie!

  58. This is definitely a new favorite blog! It’s nice to find a guy who likes found footage more than I do.

  59. It’s me again. Just trying to pressure you into dropping everything and watching Camera Trap!

  60. Hey there again. I’m the same guy who suggested Camera Trap a few months ago. I really hope you don’t mind but I was just looking through the web for reviews of a movie i fell in love with called You Are Not Alone. A great p.o.v. Flick that just grabbed me by throat and took me on a wicked horror ride. I was blown away by everything. The directing, the acting, the cinematography and even the music is all first rate. I highly recommend this one to anybody who hasn’t seen it! Anyway the first review I found started like this- “I hate found footage films.” Which this movie is not. It’s p.o.v. I had to read the first paragraph because I actually thought he would go on to say, even though I hate f.f. films this one was brilliant but of course he goes on to say how unwatchable and dumd it was. I don’t usually take case with what most reviewers have to say about f.f. movies because they are ignorant and have no taste. This one I did take offense to. I wrote the reviewer what I thought he missed about You Are Not Alone. I’m not expecting to hear back from him. I had to come to your site and complain a bit. I apologize but hey now you know of 2 new movies that you really got to watch. Unless of course you already saw them. One is Camera Trap and the other is You Are Not Alone 2014. Love the site!

    • Of course I don’t mind Howard! I included these comment sections so all the Found Footage freaks (like me!) could interact with the site and each other πŸ™‚
      I quite like the sound of this You Are Not Alone as it doesn’t ring any bells, aka, I don’t think I’ve seen it! Do you have any online links to it?

  61. Hey Chris. I was wondering what you think of the game outlast? I know it seems out of place for a site about films but I really loved outlast because it felt like an interactive found footage film. Again sorry if this seems out of place.

    • Hi there!
      I’m sorry I haven’t actually played that game – I spend so much time running websites my eldest son has now stolen my Xbox One off me (the little shit!).

  62. Hi Chris!
    Great web site, i really enjoy it. Already downloading couple of titles, and i am getting excited…they are almost done. Your list is OK, of course we all have our own impressions but mine is ” Possession of Michael King”…after 1st time iwe seen it, i was blown away! Apart from great website, the additional values are the comments, which i found interesting and sort of educating as well.
    I tought i have seen them all, or 99% at least but i was so wrong. The one u specially point out, in one of your articles, is Alien Abduction…something. Downloading now. Yes i do prefer ghosts and “ghost busters” like in legendary Grave Encounters 1&2, but since u point it…will check it out.
    Unfortunally for me, i do need the subtitles as well, but they are most of the time available.
    Stay cool, keep your good blog running!
    Regards from Belgrade!

    • Hi Oskar, nice to meet you! πŸ™‚
      Great to hear that you enjoy the site so much. As you pointed out there are quite literally thousands of comments here so don’t forget to check out each section at the bottom of each page – there’s always some extra cool film suggestions there!

  63. Hey Chris, sorry to bug you again, but I have another one that might be worth your attention: Crowsnest (2012). Great backwoods/cannibal/survival mash-up!
    Cheers, Stefan

    • Hi there Stefan – you’re not bugging me! πŸ™‚

      I have watched Crowsnest but it was quite a while back now – I’ve forgotten most of it! It’s one of those films that’s getting harder and harder to locate online so if you have a working link to it….send it our way!!!!

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