Tag Archives: James Cullen Bressack
Hate Crime Review
It’s pretty impressive to churn out two found footage films so close to one another and have them be so totally different. James Cullen Bressack’s Hate Crime is a raw, gritty film, which is best watched all by yourself.
It’s Alex’s birthday and dad’s filming the event just like he does every year. The whole family is gathered around to celebrate, when things take a very quick turn for the worse. The house is invaded by three masked men, covered [...]
13/13/13 Team Review
A few years back, I sat down and watched The Asylum’s release of 11/11/11, thinking I was watching Darren Lynn Bousman’s 11-11-11… yeah, I know, how silly of me to confuse the two! Well, apparently, this studio that releases awful, low budget knockoffs has been releasing these ‘doomed date’ movies (12/12/12 and so on) every year since then. Thankfully, last year’s installment, 13/13/13, is leaps and bounds better than 2011’s [and most likely 2012’s, too] failure. [...]
To Jennifer Review
I’m a pretty big fan of found footage films in this genre. While most people seem to be sick of the novelty of them, I can’t seem to get enough of them. I’m not sure what attracts me to them exactly, but different is good (most of the time) and found footage is just different enough for me.
James Cullen Bressack’s To Jennifer is an outstandingly original film with one hell of a hook! Boasted that it was filmed completely [...]