C.A.M. (2021) Review of British found-footage sci-fi horror



‘When the madness comes all you can do is watch’

C.A.M. is a 2021-released British found-footage science fiction horror film. C.A.M. stands for “contagious aggressive mutations”.

Directed by Steph Du Melo [as Steve Du Melo] (As a Prelude to Fear) and Larry Downing from a screenplay written by Du Melo.

The movie stars Charlotte Curwood, Tom Ware and Jamie Langlands (As a Prelude to Fear; The Lockdown Hauntings).


“The majority of the characters I enjoyed watching, the biggest issue for me was the outdated shaky camera footage. Other parts really did work well. I loved that the film was said to be degraded in areas, leading to distorted audio and subtitles for various scenes, never overused thankfully. The few attempts at jump scares fell flat, but the decent action scenes made up for this.” The Rotting Zombie

Cast and characters:

Charlotte Curwood … Jo
Tom Ware … Kyle
Jamie Langlands … SFO Police Officer Chris
Michael Swatton … Medical Worker
Peter Rayfield … Bronze Commander
Daniel Jeary … SFO Police Officer Maggot
David Stopp … Police Silver Inspector
Robert Daniel Kolscar … Bob
Roger Wyatt … Doctor Fisher
Helen Ayres … Sue


The trailer is copyright 2021 but states “footage discovered 2013”. The IMDb lists C.A.M. as a 2013 production but it is not known whether this is an unreleased feature from that date or whether the footage has been re-edited in 2021.


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