There are some nice, creepy touches here with the story of a real-life killer who was never caught, but there are also too many instances of tone-deaf "comedy" that simply don't belong.
Scream Factory's Blu looks pretty great though, and the special features (including interviews and Charles Pierce's other feature THE EVICTORS) are solid.
A - cool effects but doesn't land the ending
B - lazy all around
C - someone saw TIMECRIMES
D - nice photography, nice ending
E - nothing scarier than cgi bugs. except everything of course.
F - i'm kind of the target audience for naked Asian lesbians, but even i hate this one
G - congrats on your purchase of camera glasses?
H - i mean, i don't like it, but i gotta admire its looney toons meets pervy…
If you're a filmmaker planning on making a found footage movie... don't.
But if you proceed anyway, please don't reveal the ending in your opening text. Please don't feel compelled to fill screentime with characters rambling "realistically." Please don't think it logical for your "cameraman" to film talking heads when the actual something interesting is happening offscreen. Please don't have your characters act idiotically as a way to avoid them resolving a situation in a smart and common sense way.
Please don't make a found footage movie.