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Directors: Radio Silence, David Bruckner, Glenn McQuaid, Joe Swanberg, Ti West, Adam Wingard

Cast: Calvin Reeder, Lane Hughes, Adam Win

Running time: 116 minutes

Certificate: 18

Synopsis: When a gang of degenerates break into a house to steal a VHS tape, they find stacks more, each of which contains footage of something horrific…

Let’s be honest – the found-footage movie has had its day. In fact, of the countless examples to have surfaced since The Blair Witch Project made it fashionable about 100 years ago, only a few have made the format worthy of our attention. Even the better ones – Cloverfield or Chronicle, for instance – have suffered the problems of simple logic that hound almost every found-footage production to date. Whilst the format undoubtedly adds a little realism, the same old question lingers: ‘In the face of mortal danger, why the in name of effing Christ are you still filming? And who the hell is editing this together? »

- Tom Fordy

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