Three documentary filmmakers set out on a journey into Arizona’s Superstition Mountains to uncover the truth about the most famous lost gold mine in the world – the Lost Dutchman Mine, purportedly the home to a treasure worth 200 million dollars. After they mysteriously disappeared, their camera was found. . . were they victims of the Dutchman’s curse?
Cast & Crew:
Ron Eagle D’Andre II – Himself Adam Haley – Himself Sage Howard – Kate George E. Johnston – Himself Nicholas Koenigs – J.R’s voice Antony Puglisi – Carl’s voice Andrew Simpson – Paul
Director: Tara Anaïse Writer: Tara Anaïse
I must say I really enjoyed this movie and it was great that it was based on a truly haunted place, the Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine. The only thing I really didn’t like is they didn’t do a good job at all on explaining what paranormal was going on. I’m not sure if it was ghosts, UFOs or what. They never bothered to explain the man one of the main characters thought was spying on them or the lights in the sky. Besides all that though it was another great found footage type of movie.
A small expedition explores a haunted insane asylum.
Cast & Crew:
Lisa Chelenza – Jennifer Brahams Chrissy Frick – Sarah Richmond Bob Fullenbaum – Dr. Jonathan P. Laurel Jason Reed – Jason Knowles Carlo Russo – Brother Dan Elliot – Fitzgerald Webb
Director: Ron Bonk Writer: Ron Bonk
I had originally rated this just a tad bit lower cause of the quality but then I realized it’s an older film and that kind of changed my opinion of it.
For a free movie on Amazon Prime it wasn’t too bad, kind of wish there was more of a paranormal aspect to it besides the last 5 minutes really. Also, wish they would not have used up so much time explaining the history of the place at the beginning of the film. Got kind of boring really quick.
We all know though I am a sucker for any found footage movie no matter how good or how bad it may be. This one though is watchable and entertaining for the most part.
If you’re a fan of the Found Footage genre and have Amazon Prime you should check this film out, plus it’s free. >> Strawberry Estates <<
Bill Oberst Jr and Rachel Alig are At Granny’s House in writer-director Les Mahoney’s award-winning indie horror, now available Amazon Prime, iTunes, and Vimeo (worldwide).
At Granny’s House Synopsis:
A Hitchcockian thriller with twists and turns, made for the YouTube generation with its depictions of the ubiquity and downside of cellphone usage and connectivity thru social media, At Granny’s House, is the story of a young caregiver with a dark agenda moves into an elderly woman’s house. Soon, Granny’s house becomes a macabre place of death – and love.
Bill Oberst Jr – Boarstag Rachel Alig – Rebecca Torrance Laura Lee – Linda Steiner Les Mahoney – Ted Steiner Glenda Morgan Brown – Marion Rogers Charles A. Baird – Telemarketer (voice) Rosalinda The Number One Dog – Dog Being Walked Ben Martinez – Denny Manoso