The line between found footage fiction and non-fiction blurs in this horrific true crime mystery.
What’s a mother to do when her little boy grows into a monster?
Scott Derrickson’s SINISTER is more than creepy, it’s an unsettling collision of the Gothic past and a modern world.
388 ARLETTA AVENUE is a chilling reminder not to get too complacent about security in the suburbs.
THE DEN touches a nerve because of how much time we spend in our daily lives attached to screens.
When a trio of believers head into a religious community of fundamentalists living in the woods, they discover faith means different things to everybody.
Underrated Australian found footage. Eerie, and feels like a lost news piece by a documentary film crew.
A fantastic found footage horror which contrasts the old v. new American Dream in a ghost town, where a group of friends gets lost.
Blue Skeleton returns. But this time, it isn’t near as terrifying.
I tried to enjoy it, I really did.
HELL HOUSE LLC brings the audience to the inside of a Halloween haunt, as the group putting it off find more than they anticipated in an old hotel.
Ever wanted to take a trip to hell? Well, wait for a better ride. Trust me.
ALTAR’s a no fuss found footage that keeps familiar, but brings its own creepy creeps to the party to freak you out.