23 Found Footage Movies That Deserve To Be Discovered

    Archive 81 has been creeping out audiences worldwide on Netflix, but these found footage flicks are equally worthy of seeking out...

    Netflix kicked off 2022 with their latest horror series, Archive 81, which mixes found footage horror, nightmare logic and traditional terror with plenty of shocks and scares.

    But with Netflix turning back the clock with this buzzworthy series, we decided to shine a light on a number of found footage movies of yesteryear that deserve to be dusted off for your viewing pleasure.

    1. Man Bites Dog

    Benoit Poelvoorde in "Man Bites Dog"

    2. The Den

    "The Den"

    3. Lake Mungo

    Theatrical Poster for "Lake Mungo"

    4. They’re Watching

    "They're Watching"

    5. S&Man

    Erik Marcisak in "S&Man"

    6. [REC]

    Manuela Velasco in "[REC]"

    7. Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum

    Theatrical Poster for "Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum"

    8. Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones

    Jorge Diaz and Gabrielle Walsh in "Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones"

    9. WNUF Halloween Special

    "WNUF Halloween Special"

    10. Frankenstein’s Army

    Karel Roden in "Frankenstein's Army"

    11. Cloverfield

    Lizzy Caplan in "Cloverfield"

    12. Unfriended: Dark Web

    Rebecca Rittenhouse and Betty Gabriel in "Unfriended: Dark Web"

    13. LolliLove

    Jenna FIscher and James Gunn in "Lollilove"

    14. Hell House LLC

    Adam Schneider in "Hell House LLC"

    15. [REC] 2

    "[REC] 2"

    16. Butterfly Kisses

    "Butterfly Kisses"

    17. Mortal Remains

    "Mortal Remains"

    18. The Sacrament

    Gene Jones and AJ Bowen in "The Sacrament"

    19. Creep

    Mark Duplass in "Creep"

    20. Paranormal Activity 3

    "Paranormal Activity 3"

    21. Troll Hunter


    22. Afflicted

    Derek Lee in "Afflicted"

    23. V/H/S/2


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