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Eduardo Sanchez Teases Potential Blair Witch Project Sequel

Back in 1999 Eduardo Sanchez and Daniel Myrick introduced the world to The Blair Witch Project, one of the most influential horror films of all time. Though it was, of course, followed up with a sequel, the duo had nothing to do with it...

Maniac Remake Director Haunting Amityville

A director is in talks for the latest Amityville film, Amityville (formerly known as The Amityville Horror: The Lost Tapes), and it's a great one! Look for Amityville to be in theatres on January 2, 2015.

Enter the Suicide Forest to See a Trailer for Spirit in the Woods

We haven't heard much about Spirit in the Woods since August of 2013, but with the found footage film getting a March 15th VOD release from Gravitas Ventures, a new official trailer has arrived.

CONTEST CLOSED! Some Lucky Bastard Is Going to Win Premiere Tickets and a Signed Poster!

The much talked about NC-17 flick Lucky Bastard is gearing up for release in New York City this weekend, just in time for Valentine's Day, and we have your chance to win tickets to the flick along with a signed poster! Read on for details.

Meet the Lucky Bastard in Pair of Red Band Clips

The much talked about NC-17 flick Lucky Bastard is gearing up for release in New York City this weekend, just in time for Valentine's Day. Because nothing says love like a found footage film about a dude banging his favorite porn star, am I right?

Lucky Bastard Trailer Is Less Than a Minute Man

A new trailer is here for the upcoming cinéma vérité effort Lucky Bastard, which managed to garner itself the dreaded NC-17 rating, and it's short and to the point. Kind of like a quickie minus the clean-up and need to pee afterwards. Check it out.

Sasquatch Strikes in Found Footage Flick Cheaha

In the fall of 2010, two hikers set off into the forest of Mt. Cheaha, Alabama, never to return again... So begins the latest in a nauseatingly long string of found footage films, this one written and directed by Ron Hudson and centering around our old friend Sasquatch.

International Artwork for 1666 Starts Screaming

Way back in October of 2011 was when we first told you about the upcoming found footage spooker 1666. Here we are several years later, and we finally have some artwork for you to tear into and more.

The Amityville Horror: The Lost Tapes Gets a New Title and a Release Date

Get out your calendars, kids! The latest Amityville film, The Amityville Horror: The Lost Tapes, has gotten itself a new title and a new release date! Look for Amityville, as it is now known, to be in theatres on January 2, 2015.

Exclusive Red Band Trailer for Lucky Bastard Is ANYTHING But Safe for Work

Okay, kids! Here's an exclusive for you cats that is so naughty that it's nice! We have the red band trailer premiere for the upcoming cinéma vérité effort Lucky Bastard, which managed to garner itself the dreaded NC-17 rating. Check it out!

Vampires Are Living Among Us

Interview with the Vampire gets a modern day found footage makeover in a new horror flick headed our way called Living Among Us. Sink your teeth into all the details below!

AFM 2013: Dark Sky Follows Willow Creek to Find Bigfoot

The sliver of sasquatchploitation from Bobcat Goldthwait, Willow Creek (review), has scored itself some domestic distribution via Dark Sky Films, and we have the details for you right here to dig on!

AFM 2013: New Willow Creek Artwork Is Tent-Slashing Good

Next out of AFM comes some new eye candy for the upcoming sliver of sasquatchploitation from Bobcat Goldthwait, Willow Creek (review). Check it out right here and cancel your camping plans. You don't really wanna take that chance, do ya?

Come Face to Face with this Latest Horror Flick

Another found footage flick is afoot to take you inside of a frat party gone horribly awry in Face from directors Taka Arai and Norith Soth, and we have nearly a dozen stills and the festival trailer for you cats who love the shaky cam!

Found Footage Flick Upper Lands Distribution

Way back in 2011, the bizarre story broke that Quentin Tarantino had purchased video footage of a young girl overdosing on drugs. Word was that Tarantino was going to release all of the footage as a movie, which was to be titled Upper.