Found Footage 3D (2D VERSION)
Directed by Steven DeGennaro
When he's hired to document the behind-the-scenes action of the "the first 3D found-footage horror film," an aspiring filmmaker packs up his camera and travels with the film's crew to a creepy cabin in the woods. But when the fictional evil presence from their film begins appearing in his behind-the-scenes footage, he has to figure out how to stop it, or it just may find its way into the real world. Like Scream did for slashers, FF3D takes a found-footage horror movie and populates it with people who are aware of all of the rules, tricks, and clichés of the genre. A SHUDDER EXCLUSIVE. Contains strong language, sexual scenes, violence and gore.
Six filmmakers set out to make "the first 3D found-footage horror movie", but find themselves IN a found-footage horror movie when the evil entity from their film escapes.
Cast: Carter Roy, Alena von Stroheim, Chris O'Brien, Tom Saporito, Scott Allen Perry, Jessica Perrin
Thought it was kinda lame at first, but was really solid actually.
Not a bad effort in the found footage genre but they're just all the same really.
I thought it was a solid film. I tend to like found footage films (all genres have their tropes, especially horror and its many subgenres), but it's still better than most FF. I did like the meta commentary on the genre and how it mirrors the plot. It has great practical effects, and some surprisingly good VFX for a likely low budget, but also some bad VFX. There is quite a few jumpscares, but also a bit of suspense. I'd definitely recommend to those that enjoy FF.
The "Scream" for found footages and mockumentaries. Brilliant. I regret everyday to have chosen not to watch it back in the days at London FrighFest, thinking it'd been a dumb movie. How wrong was I.
Was alright. Not super memorable. Probably longer than it needed to be. I did like the "filming a scripted found footage horror movie" angle. And because I know it would make that one guy happy: there was a legit enough reason for them to keep holding the camera at the end.