Found Footage Flicks

(Above: ‘Poltergeist Encounters.’ Source: YouTube video)

Like horror films with a point of view?

Subscription streamer POV Horror aspires to provide “the largest offering of found footage horror movies.”

POV Horror’s catalog includes such titles as:

Incident at Montauk – One man’s UFO sighting leads him to a secret government project.

Poltergeist Encounters – An unethical and skeptical paranormal investigative team gets its comeuppance in a real haunted house.

Apocalypse Cult – A local news crew becomes trapped in the forest by a slightly overzealous religious group.

The Video Diary of Madi O: Final Entries – Found footage reveals what happened to two New Zealand teenagers.

The Devil’s Well – Karla Marks and her husband disappear investigating the Devil’s Well, a rumored gateway to hell. A year later, a new group of paranormal investigators try to determine what happened – not a good idea.

POV Horror adds another found-footage flick every Sunday. Next up on April 28: Savageland. In this film, a small Arizona-Mexico border town is wiped out overnight.The lone survivor is chief suspect, but photos he took suggest otherwise.

Savageland is also available for free, with ads, on Tubi and without ads via an Amazon Prime subscription. Or you can rent it from $2.99 at Vudu and other providers.

POV Horror costs $3.99 monthly or $29.99 for an annual membership, including a seven-day free trial. The service can be streamed on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and other devices. Visit POV Horror for device compatibility.

Are You A Filmmaker?

The serviceaccepts submissions from indie found-footage filmmakers. For more information, visit

About Larry Greenberg

A former local beat reporter and film critic, co-founder Lawrence Greenberg has more than 25 years’ experience as a writer and public relations executive.

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