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Sci-Fi X Inside: Found Footage Genre

The Blair Witch Project started this past decades what is now known to this day as the "Found Footage Genre". There are many films out there now which follow in each others footsteps. One of the most known, having the most sequels to date, of the genre is Paranormal Activity. Even though we as an audience know that these are fake, we still get captured in disbelief and are drawn into the way it's shot.

This past year was "to me" an interesting tv series called The River. Starting off I didn't think much of this series lasting 4 episodes. I however became interested in the actual mystery of the River and why exactly an organization wanted the "Television Host" Emmet Cole dead. Seems now we will never know since only after 8 episodes the series was cancelled. I just recently watched 2 of the latest "Found Footage" movies and found them interesting even though they were of B level grade. The Dinosaur Project and The Lost Coast Tapes are recommend watches! They may be below your level of quality, but hey, I liked them.

Captain Model T. Kirk's Random Brief Weekly Media Review.
(Broadcast live from the captains throne onboard the Toiletprise.)

  KING KOOOOOOOOOONNNNNNNNNNNGGGGGG! I sat down infront of my private view screen in my quarters last night to watch this historical document. The beautiful Naomi Watts was taken by this "thing"! I had seen a few of her earlier work, she's a great historical document actress. Anyway, onto the film, this Gorilla was massive! It's hard to believe back then that such beasts existed. Humanity has wiped most of the endangered species off the planet, but started to try and perserve them. I had read about them in books and had seen old 20'th century footage about them, but had never seen one so huge. Another massive beast is the killer whale. I had heard about these as well growing up in Iowa. I have always had a dream that I would someday see one in real life, but if a person could go back in time, that would be the only way. Kong was a dirty ape striken with love, it's ashamed that they kidnapped him and forced him infront of a studio audience. I'd go mad too trying to escape the captivity THAT is New York. But in the end, he was dead. I QUIVERED, I CRIED. "Enginering to Captain Model T. Kirk!" "What is it Scotty?" Scotty "Sir, you had better get down here!" "Understood, Kirk out!" Sorry for cutting this review short but I've got to wipe up and get down to enginering. Ahead flush factor 1 Mister!