The Levenger Tapes – USA, 2011 – reviews


‘Some secrets should never be uncovered’

The Levenger Tapes is a 2011 American horror found-footage thriller film written and directed by Mark Edwin Robinson (Breaking DawnI Will Follow You Into the Dark).

After three college students go missing, detectives discover a disturbing tape that they hope will provide clues to their whereabouts. Filmed by the students themselves, the footage becomes more and more disturbing. Events take a more chilling turn when they discover the bloodied dress of a young girl in the wilderness…


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” … it deviates from the typical formula is by using the police as an audience for the film and juxtaposes what happened that night against the police trying to figure out what happened. This is different than your typical title card explaining or dating the footage ala Cloverfield or Paranormal Activity. While that worked well in those films, the deviation was refreshing.” Man, I Love Films




Main cast and characters:

  • Johanna Braddy … Amanda
  • Lili Mirojnick … Kim
  • Morgan Krantz … Chase
  • Chris Mulkey … Stackman
  • Tom Virtue … Gallagher
  • Maria Olsen … Screaming Lady
  • John Rosenfeld … Rooney


The film premiered at the Temecula Valley International Film Festival (TVIFF) in September 2011. In the USA, it was released on DVD and Digital by Lionsgate on July 5, 2016. A VOD release followed on July 5, 2016.


The film’s working title was Screaming Lady Creek.


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