NightmareFeed

The Shaky Camera - Found Footage

April 19, 2020 Season 1 Episode 6
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The Shaky Camera - Found Footage
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The Shaky Camera - Found Footage
Apr 19, 2020 Season 1 Episode 6

As the curve finally starts to flatten, people are breathing a sigh of relief, and life is slowly returning to normal.  Still not sure if they're gonna have theaters open here in NY by mid April, so look for time changes to the movie Antlers (2020), which I'm particularly excited for.

BUT, it's not over yet!  COVID-19 is still largely an issue so please continue to socially distance appropriately.

This week on the Nightmare Feed, we're going to be discussing "Found Footage" or what Reed Alexander likes to call 'Shaky Camera.'  In fact, Reed was once quoted as referring to Found Footage Horror as "The newest, shiniest, most polished, and overused piece of shit that's been taking over horror as a genre" and once suggested that as a genre "This trend needs to die, be cremated via incinerator, stuffed in a mirrored box, placed at the bottom of a well, and the well filled with concrete."

Well eventually Nightmare Feed's own foul mouthed horror critic warmed to the 'Shaky Camera' genre and even found a few gems hidden in it that he will share with you later, on the pod cast.

Show Notes

As the curve finally starts to flatten, people are breathing a sigh of relief, and life is slowly returning to normal.  Still not sure if they're gonna have theaters open here in NY by mid April, so look for time changes to the movie Antlers (2020), which I'm particularly excited for.

BUT, it's not over yet!  COVID-19 is still largely an issue so please continue to socially distance appropriately.

This week on the Nightmare Feed, we're going to be discussing "Found Footage" or what Reed Alexander likes to call 'Shaky Camera.'  In fact, Reed was once quoted as referring to Found Footage Horror as "The newest, shiniest, most polished, and overused piece of shit that's been taking over horror as a genre" and once suggested that as a genre "This trend needs to die, be cremated via incinerator, stuffed in a mirrored box, placed at the bottom of a well, and the well filled with concrete."

Well eventually Nightmare Feed's own foul mouthed horror critic warmed to the 'Shaky Camera' genre and even found a few gems hidden in it that he will share with you later, on the pod cast.