Found Footage Horror Movies
V/H/S 1-3: If you like anthology films, you’ll love VHS. These found footage shorts are made by some big horror directors, including Adam Wingard, David Bruckner, Ti West, Gareth Evans, and Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead.
The Sacrament (2013): Ti West’s fake Vice-inspired filmmakers investigate a commune run by a mysterious religious leader. The Jim Jones Jonestown Mass Suicide is the inspiration for this movie.
Grave Encounters 1 & 2: Grave Encounters is a fake ghost hunters show, and uses its parody to deliver some really scary moments. The show crew lock themselves inside a supposedly haunted mental asylum.
Lake Mungo (2008): This is definitely more of a slowburn, but incredibly spooky if you’re into that. After a young girl is found drowned in a dam, her family experiences paranormal happenings in this fake documentary.
Butterfly Kisses (2018): This movie takes a deconstructionist view of found footage horror movies. A man sets off to prove that video tapes he had found in his house featuring a local horror legend documented by students, is real.
Hell House LLC (2015): This horror movie is pretty predictable and the characters make choices that are beyond dumb, but it still is a tense and scary horror movie. A documentary crew returning to a Halloween haunted house to uncover the mystery of people who had died there previously.
The Conspiracy (2012): If you are a fan of conspiracy theories, this one is a no-brainer. Two men try to make a documentary on conspiracy theories and uncover a secret society.
Troll Hunter (2010): André Øvredal (The Autopsy of Jane Doe and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark) first made waves with his very bizarre troll-centered found footage horror movie. A documentary crew investigates a series of bear killings in the area but find something more supernatural.
Masters of Horror (2005-2007): While there are many great horror movies to watch on Tubi, they also have many TV shows, including the entire two seasons of the wild Masters of Horror TV/movie series. If you’ve never heard of this anthology of horror, each episode is directed by a different seminal horror film director, including Dario Argento, Stuart Gordon, John Carpenter, Joe Dante, Mick Garris, Tobe Hooper, John Landis, Don Coscarelli, Takashi Miike, etc. Some are crazy, some are okay, some are great, all are imbued with that director’s specific style.
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