I think FF movies are tricky. The filmmaker needs to make it look like it was actually filmed by amateurs, without annoying his audience. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. Usually it works better in a horror setting, but of course that has been done to death after Blair Witch Project... Incidentally, the scariest movie I have watched was Blair Witch. Some people say it does nothing for them, but it obviously hit all the right primal switches in my head, because my adrenal glands were going on full steam.Triaed said:I loathe FF films. The whole premise for me as a viewer is ridiculous. The camera always survives as it somehow gets passed on from one survivor to the next, it always gets some great takes and frames the subject perfectly (albeit quite shaky). It is like one of those home improvement shows where the crew "surprises" the family in the house when they ring the bell, but there is already a camera INSIDE the house capturing the family's reactions!