Two men discover a V/H/S tape titled ‘The Fear Footage’ with footage of themselves on it. Footage that they never filmed.
They set out to find answers.
The Fear Footage 2…March 13th, 2020.
On April 19th, 2016, Deputy Leo Cole of the Darkbluff, Maryland Sheriff’s Department vanished after being dispatched to 11628 Hangmanor Rd.
The next morning, his body camera was found.
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Reviews from those who have experienced The Fear Footage
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“100% terrifying…full-blown horror at its finest…”
“⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️1/2…It’s like spending an intimate 71 minutes in a first-rate haunted house” -Stuart D. Monroe, HORRORTALK.com
“The best found footage movie since Paranormal Activity” –BOBSMOVIEREVIEW.COM
“⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I haven’t been this creeped out by a movie since Event Horizon”
-Jim Morazzini, VOICESFROMTHEBALCONY.com
“4/5…Intensely scary…will cause some sleepless nights…” –BROKNOWSMOVIES.com
“I can’t remember the last time a movie made me jump like The Fear Footage”
“…Spirals into monster infused madness and ends in outright haunted insanity…”
-The Huntress, THEOVERLOOKTHEATRE.com
“…The same malevolent atmosphere as The Blair Witch Project…”
-Rob Beardsley, HIGHDEFNINJA.com
“…Will stick with the viewer long after the final moments…”
“One of the most terrifying movies i have ever seen.” -George Kaskanlian, AHITH.com
“The Fear Footage is a brave independent entry to the found Footage genre”
“…If you want something creepy, unique and something to possibly provide you with a few occasional nightmares, The Fear Footage will be right up your alley”
-Kyle laugh, LONGLIVETHEVOID.com
“…An ending that will leave you petrified…”