Exploitation films are an odd beast, so it’s really no surprise that Drafthouse Films, known for digging through history and finding the best and weirdest films of the past and giving them their due, picked up Abel
Contracted isn’t exactly body horror, and it’s not quite a zombie film. The former is more cerebral, while the latter is action-oriented. Contracted is neither.
Europa Report (2013) is the latest (well, probably not as of this writing since they pump these out so fast) feature to attempt using found footage, but in this case it’s done in a way that feels organic to the plo
In a perfect world, found footage filmmakers would learn from the mistakes of those that came before them.
'Thanatomorphose' – The French physiological term for the decomposition of dead organisms, and a fitting title for Éric Falardeau's grisly debut feature.
Taking the form of an episode of the titular (fictional) TV show that never made it to air because of the horrors captured by the cameras throughout, Brian Netto's Delivery gives the found footage/mockumentary genre
After a two-year legal battle to get Stephen Sommers’ latest supernatural thriller out in theaters, Odd Thomas is finally making its premiere at this year’s Toronto After Dark film festival, and fans of the n
In 1967, Roger Patterson and Robert Gimlin captured footage of what they claimed to be the cryptid Bigfoot in the dense forests of Willow Creek, California.
One of the standout highlights of this Canadian horror indie is that despite appearing like a paint-by-numbers camp slasher flick, Solo manages to avoid all the standard pitfalls, tropes and gratuitous nudity typically e