Wolf House

Homo homini lupus est.* Why, oh why, do filmmakers have to subject us to herky-jerky terrible found footage movies like Wolf House? Well for starters, they’re cheap as heck to produce. And storyboarding them isn’t as rigorous. Found footage/documentary-style films are highly polarizing. After all, the notion that people’s lives are so unimaginably compelling that every singleContinue reading “Wolf House”

Capture Kill Release

Capture Kill Release is manipulative as hell. But in the best possible way. Every fright box is systematically checked off to produce something that rises above its found footage conceit. From the city that brought you the Ken and Barbie Killers, Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka, comes this tale of Toronto lovebirds looking to loseContinue reading “Capture Kill Release”