Found Footage 3D

A group of filmmakers set out to make “the first 3D found-footage horror film”, but find themselves in a found-footage horror film when the evil entity from their movie escapes into their behind-the-scenes footage.
In the same way that Scream deconstructed the slasher sub-genre back in the 90’s, Found Footage 3D takes a found-footage horror movie and populates it with people who are aware of all of the rules, tricks, and clichés of the genre.  At times clever and funny, at times poignant, at times terrifying, the film creates a rich world filled with memorable characters fighting for their lives against ultimate evil. As the first found footage movie shot natively in 3D, FF3D pushes the boundaries of the medium and creates something truly unique.  It does things that no found footage movie or 3D movie has ever been able to do before. FF3D played over 40 festivals on 5 continents, garnering rave reviews and winning 16 awards along the way. It was distributed in the U.S. and Canada by AMC/Shudder on streaming and by Magnolia on DVD and blu-ray. It is commercially available in over a dozen other countries, including Germany, the UK, and Japan.
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Available on

  • Shudder
  • blu ray
  • iTunes

"Simply amazing in almost every way possible."

- Scream Magazine

"A near-perfect horror experience."

- Bloody Disgusting

"Deftly written dialogue, inspired humor, and well devised shit-your-pants scares."

- Tom Holland's Terror Time

"My ass (my literal ass) left the seat four times."

- Modern Horrors

"Strikingly funny."

- Horrorfreak News

"A brilliant sendup of the subgenre."

- Daily Dead

"The Scream of its time."

- Horror Talk

“Big laughs with a twist of scary.”

- Dee Omen

"Essential viewing."

- Ain't It Cool News

"One of the best found footage movies ever made."

- F This Movie

Writer/ Director

Steven DeGennaro


Steven DeGennaro, Charles Mulford, Kim Henkel


Alena von Stroheim, Carter Roy, Chris O'Brien, Tom Saporito, Scott Allen Perry, Jessica Perrin




101 minutes