An earnest testament to the power of passionate filmmaking, Joseph and Vanessa Winter's debut feature delivers an absurdly funny and bloody good time.
Marinelli’s film confronts us with the reality of what we would actually do in a slasher situation, asking how willing we would be to carry out the classic roles demanded by the subgenre.
We revisit Patrick Kack-Brice's found-footage genre subverting cult hit and its sequel!
MURDER DEATH KOREATOWN is a refreshing addition to the found footage genre that feels a little too real for comfort.
CASE 347 offers an uncanny slow-burn unlike most films of its fount footage ilk.