Written by Zoë Rose Smith

Found footage is one of those sub-genres that works incredibly well when it comes to the horror genre. It enables so much realism to a horror film, that helps make them way scarier – that’s if you like found footage.

Which is why I was so excited to be invited by DeVaughn Taylor on to his Bloody Blunts Cinema Club podcast to discuss two horror found footage films that really stand out: MEGAN IS MISSING and BE MY CAT: A FILM FOR ANNE.

Listen to the full episode: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/megan-is-missing-be-my-cat-film-for-anne-ft-zo%C3%AB-zobo/id1516917857?i=1000498544564

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