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FOUND is a unique and supremely disturbing coming-of-age story of a boy whose big brother is a serial-killer.
Growing up is tough for Marty. His parents don't understand him and he is bullied at school. He has only his big brother to look up to...that is until he discovers his brother's chilling secret and a severed head in a sports bag at home.
FOUND unravels a gripping and gruesome story that captures what it's like to grow up in the time of VHS tapes and video nasties, as the American dream and everyday suburbia descends into a home-grown hell that will leave even the most hardened horror fan shocked by its disturbing finale.
"One of the most gut-wrenching experiences I've had in a long time" (Dark Media)
"A compelling, unique and, yes, totally sick portrait of a serial killer" (Twitch Film)
"The horror film that true genre fans have been waiting for" (HorrorNews)
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Long story short, this movie chronicles the misadventures of 12-year-old Marty who is a victim of school bullying and, worse yet, the younger brother of a troubled serial killer. With almost nobody to trust at home or school apart from (perhaps) his killer brother Steve, Marty is torn between (in Steve's words) "being the kid that gets picked on or the kid that gets in trouble".
This line of dialogue is what made me desperate to watch this movie in the first place. As soon as I stumbled upon its trailer online, I felt a ravenous hunger to get the DVD in my own hands. And, although I knew I'd be in for something mind-blowing, it still exceeded my every expectation.
The quality of the writing, acting, cinematography, editing and production design is so fresh that it makes you forget that you're watching a low-budget indie film. With such solid dialogue and passionate performances from all actors (especially the child actors like the leading Gavin Brown), you would easily forget that you were watching a movie. Almost every character (including some of the bullies) felt believable and empathetic like real people. And, by the time you get to the frightfully maddening climax, you may never know who to feel sorry for.
If there are two things I can nitpick about this movie, the first is the few digital effects like the static TV transition during the "Headless" segment (that I recognize from Movie Studio Platinum) and the occasionally (but barely noticeable) inconsistent frame rate. Plus, I did say "almost every character felt empathetic". I felt like a few minor characters (like the oafish first school bully) were unjustly one-dimensional. I could've given this film five stars if it weren't for these two flaws. But, apart from that, I call this a solid horror drama through and through.
Needless to say, almost everything in this movie, from the nightmarish gore to the psychological torment, is not for the faint of heart. It's enough to make even the most hardcore horror fans (including me) recoil and/or look away. Just as the last line of the movie states, "stuff like this can really warp a person."
The child actors (apart from the main kid) are awful.
Good- Nice to see VHS' again.
The heads look good.
The characters are very creepy.
Look past some of the bad parts and there is a very good horror film underneath.
It's actually kind of a believable story if you are familiar with serial killers like Jeffery Dahmer and John Wayne Gacy which makes this film extra horrifying.
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