Always Watching: A Marble Hornets StoryPoster
87 Min - Horror - 2015-04-07
Directors:
James Moran,
Writing:
Ian Shorr, Joseph DeLage, Troy Wagner,
Stars:
Doug Jones, Blair Bomar, Cynthia Murell, Shashawnee Hall, David Pevsner, Tim Seitter,
Country:
US
Language:
en
Synopsis
A group of student film makers are creating "Project Marble Hornets" when the production is interrupted by a series of paranormal events in this tense and shocking horror.
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87 Min Horror 2015-04-07
Directors:
James Moran,
Writing:
Ian Shorr, Joseph DeLage, Troy Wagner,
Stars:
Doug Jones, Blair Bomar, Cynthia Murell, Shashawnee Hall, David Pevsner, Tim Seitter,
Country:
US
Language:
en
Synopsis:
A group of student film makers are creating "Project Marble Hornets" when the production is interrupted by a series of paranormal events in this tense and shocking horror.
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By FoxiShandris - 1 year ago

A movie full of cheap jump scares that are the only sense of fear in this movie feeding on the Slenderman's fame. Hard to make a compelling movie based on a character who is intentionally created as vague as their motives for doing what they do. Good if you like Slenderman, bad if you like substance.