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CINEPOCALYPSE Film Festival Is Coming To Chicago!

CINEPOCALYPSE

The Cinepocalypse is coming! No, I’m not talking about a From Justin To Kelly sequel. I’m talking about a new genre film festival that’s coming to Chicago later this year! Entertainment Weekly broke the news: the inaugural genre event is coming to the Music Box Theatre this November! Cinepocalypse is a joint effort from Music Box General Manager Ryan Oestreich …

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Cage Dive (2017): Summer of the Shark

I officially declare that the sharks are taking over the summer of 2017. From new film 47 Meters Down to a new Sharknado, the place is flooded with sharp-toothed maneaters. The summer also brings us a new shark found footage film called Cage Dive. After watching this film, I bet you will not want to go in the water again. Official …

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Panteon Woods (2015) Movie Review

The found footage genre has been one of the more divisive sub-genres among members of the horror community. You either love the film style or you hate it. There’s usually no in-between. Of course, some films are better than others, and even found footage haters can’t deny the impact that the subject has had on the horror genre. What side …

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Lost And Found: Horror’s Best Found Footage Films!

Fimmakers have been creating a huge amount of found footage horror films in recent years. What makes this sub-genre so popular? Ridley Scott’s new found footage horror, Phoenix Forgotten, is now officially in theaters. If you haven’t heard of it yet, check out the trailer below!  In honor of the release of Phoenix Forgotten, PopHorror is looking back at the …

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VooDoo (2016) Found Footage Movie Review

As I got ready to watch Tom Costabile’s VooDoo, I found myself reading a few reviews about the film before I hit the Play button. I just wanted to know what I as getting into. Everything I read said it would be fantastic. Of course, this made me wonder if my expectations were too high and I would be disappointed that …

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‘Heidi’ Comes Home To Play Today on its April 11th Release Date!

When will we ever learn not to fuck around with dolls? Wild Eye invites you to come play with Heidi on its April 11th release date – which is today! Are you coming to join the fun? Heidi is Daniel Ray‘s first feature film and is an award winning indie horror starring Samuel Brian, Joei Fulco, Joey Bell, Eva Falana, Elizabeth Callahan, and Michael …

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Chupacabra Territory (2016) – Movie Review

I’ve always loved found footage horror films. They bring a sense of realism and can actually be really creative. When I stumbled upon Chupacabra Territory, it seemed to have all of the ingredients for a good found footage film.   Official synopsis: Four friends hike into the Pinewood Forest to find evidence of the Chupacabra, an ancient creature believed to be responsible …

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Step Into Chupacabra Territory On April 11th!

Found footage horror fans, rejoice! A new offering of first person POV has been sent to you in the form of Chupacabra Territory. Maltauro Entertainment has announced that the release date for the film will be in just over a week on April 11th. Check out the trailer below!  Official synopsis: Four friends hike into the Pinewood Forest to find evidence of …

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Paranoia Tapes (2015) – Movie Review

Have you ever seen a horror film that left you feeling very uneasy afterwords? For me, it’s rare for a film to actually leave me feeling queasy after viewing it. Paranoia Tapes is that rare film, and I applaud it for driving such an honest reaction from me!  Paranoia Tapes follows Ronnie (Jack Hunter) who enlists the help of his …

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Be My Cat: A Film For Anne (2015) Movie Review

Obsession is defined as an idea or thought that continually preoccupies or intrudes on a person’s mind. In the film Be My Cat: A Film For Anne, the main character’s obsession is American actress Anne Hathaway, whom he wants to come to Romania and appear in his debut feature film. Seems perfectly sane, right? Be My Cat: A Film For …

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