Butterfly Kisses (2018) | The Camera Doesn’t Lie
Butterfly Kisses (2018)
A filmmaker discovers a box of videotapes depicting two students’ disturbing film project featuring a local horror legend, The Peeping Tom. As he sets out to prove this story is real and release it as a work of his own, he loses himself and the film crew following him into his project.
Cast & Crew:
Eileen del Valle – Amelia York
Reed DeLisle – Feldman
Consuelo M. Edwards – College Secretary
Jaime Horrigan – Himself
Kenny Johnson – Himself
Mike Jones – Himself
Seth Adam Kallick – Gavin York
Matt Lake – Himself
Erik Kristopher Myers – Himself
Rachel Armiger – Sophia Crane
Director: Erik Kristopher Myers Writer: Erik Kristopher Myers
Movie Rating: 4 out of 5
I really enjoyed the take this film did on the found footage genre. The whole theme behind the movie was is it real or fake? Basically, a box of tapes was found and the main character spends the entire film trying to prove what happened on the tapes was real and not fake. If you have Amazon Prime you really need to check this one out especially if you are a fan of found footage flicks.
Anymore it’s almost impossible to watch a b-rated horror film and have it feel like something you haven’t watched a million times before. This feel does a really good job of having it feel very original. And I know you are supposed to feel like your watching a documentary but the acting I think is nicely done.
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