I'm considering adding a section on my movie's website dedicated to featuring the best Letterboxd reviews, as so many of them are wonderfully written and easily rival top critics' reviews.
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The biggest publication ever that praised my first movie was Blumhouse. The late Matt Molgaard wrote this cool article and included Be My Cat. He was such a wonderful supporter of not just my movie, but indie horror in general, and especially found footage horror.
Great New Be My Cat Review: "One of the best films I've seen in 2021" GrimoireOfHorror.com
Single Location [compilation] 764 films
I did this list by combining many other "single location" lists on Letterboxd, since none of them is complete, and…
First 10 ranked, followed by the next ones ordered from newest to oldest. Included: all the horror films I rated…
First 5 ranked, followed by the next ones ordered from newest to oldest. Included: all female-directed films I rated 3…
Found Footage & Mockumentary [compilation] 2,604 films
I did this list by combining many other found footage and mockumentary lists on Letterboxd, since none of them is…
Ordered from newest to oldest, except for the first one which is the ultimate one-actor-one-location movie.
Cinematic Realism: Essential Films 47 films
First 5 ranked, followed by the next ones ordered from newest to oldest.
Kinda interesting concept, playing with genre tropes the way they did, also an ambitious and risky ending, but overall I was bothered by the excessively Hollywoodish execution, everything is so loud and in your face and drags the movie down.
Watched a couple of months ago.
Wow, such a realistic, detailed and perfectly acted mockumentary, a BIG MUST for anyone who ever had an interest in The Blair Witch Project! Having the same writers/directors, it was aired on the Sci-Fi Channel right before the theatrical release of the main movie and presented as a genuine documentary.
I'm amazed at how authentic the interviews are, you literally can't see the acting, they talk as if they are indeed experts in their field or connected to the Blair…
Wonderful psychological thriller on the edge of horror that literally gave birth to the term gaslighting in the English language, and one can easily understand why: the psychological mechanisms of gaslighting are depicted here in such realistic and terrifying ways, even to a point of becoming unbearable. Highly recommended piece of psychological horror cinema!
Maybe the guilty are the ones who never bothered to learn to read subtitles.
The scariest and most convincing movie I've seen up to this point in life. Pure horror art