IMDb Rating 5.9 10 729


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Reviewed by colladoj 2 / 10 / 10

Fake reviews

One thing that really grinds my gears is fake reviews. This movie was a 2 out of 10 at best. Yet, there are rave reviews. I would rather watch a bad movie on it merits than be lured into a bad movie with its commending reviews.

Reviewed by joeyray-02275 9 / 10 / 10


The reviews you see are made by the filmmakers and their friends.. This film is absolutely awful. They don't even know what's going themselves; stumbling through dialogue because they didn't write a script and a awful acting. Do not trust the reviews. This film is terrible.

Reviewed by jimi_dally 9 / 10 / 10

How Found Footage Is Supposed To Be!

Usually, I'm not a great fan of 'found footage' films; aside from inevitably having to get used to viewing that's in and out of focus, I often find that, whilst the style lends itself to total realism, the plots can get carried away with themselves and the studios end up relying on underwhelming special effects that don't sit well with the premise (cf. Paranormal Activity/As Above, So Below). For me at least, this tends to ruin the uncanny, creepy nature of this style by robbing itself of its own credibility. Fortunately, Webcast completely avoids these flaws, rooting itself instead in a fundamentally believable plot and characters. It plays brilliantly off of the concept that we never really know what's going on behind our neighbours' doors, particularly in the close-knit community setting, whilst delivering a compelling combination of the intriguing and creepy, a sort of Rear Window meets The Wicker Man. Along with fantastic, truly believable performances from the cast (Redford, Tremain, and Wright in particular), the director (McGhie) also does a masterful job. The pace steadily builds throughout the film (another difficult achievement with this genre that often loses tension through boring explanations or reliance on too many jump scares). The filming and editing style itself even reflects the naturally evolving plot; the quick cuts and choppy edits that help echo the mystery and intrigue at the start of the film are replaced with longer, compelling scenes as Chloe and Ed further unravel the horrifying thread. All in all, a brilliant first outing for the director, and a wonderful microbidget film that really does become more intriguing and chilling as it goes on; just like a real mystery! If you're interested in supporting original, independent films, then I would highly recommend Webcast.

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