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?
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.
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.
Adam Wingard & Simon Barrett take us back to the Black Hills in search of answers. But their camping adventurers end up discovering more terror than anything they ever expected.
Werewolf flicks are a dime a dozen, only some are truly excellent.
WER joins the pantheon of the greats.
BE MY CAT is an innovative found footage film that blurs the line between where reality and fiction meet in murder.