Marvel at the single worst special forces unit ever assembled (modeled after Roger and Peter's outfit in "Dawn of the Dead"), as they learn how to kill zombies, and then forget the very next scene, waste ammo and get themselves and other people killed, over and over again. The less said the better about the white female reporter, who gets naked and paints her body in order to gain the trust of the local black native tribe. You can't make…
A horror/thriller, with good acting, that seems influenced by films like "Wait until Dark", "The Eyes of Laura Mars" and even "The Silence of the Lambs" in one sequence, with some Giallo touches. There are hints towards the supernatural, but it's mostly left up in the air. On the downside, it's a bit too long, has too many useless side characters, and thus it loses some steam in the last act, but overall this is still really well done.
So I watched this because one of my favourite podcasts (Movie Melt) covered it. This "movie" was indeed a series of animated pictures running in a sequence over a period of time.
I feel like someday, when I'm at my weakest, when drugs or alcohol let the nightmares creep into my brain, this will be leading the charge. Those dead eyes, those voices...the morphing. It's a cursed film, and as terrible as it is I could not look away or…
When it comes to found footage films you're most likely not going to reinvent the wheel. Honestly, for me, unless it comes close to "The Blair Witch Project" it's generally not going to work for me. "Cold Ground" comes close.
Set in the 1970s, using a retro camera, and giving us likeable characters, the film manages to build a world for us without making it look like it's been constructed for a film. We follow a mixed group of people…