DEADWARE (2021) Review of found-footage horror movie

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‘It’s just a game’
Deadware is a 2021 American found-footage mystery horror film set in 1999 in which two friends use a webcam for the first time – the pair stumble across a mysterious browser game that may be haunted.

Written and directed by Isaac Rodriguez (Mister Creep; Tales from Los Muertos; A Town Full of Ghosts; Last Radio Call; Jurassic Tale).

The No Sleep Films production stars Ali Alkhafaji (Mister Creep; A Town Full of Ghosts; Last Radio Call) and Sarah Froelich (A Town Full of Ghosts; Last Radio Call).

“Including well-built, congenial characters as well as their believable chemistry together, the production utilizes these aspects to create a genuinely creepy atmosphere at times; triumphant in the intended structure and pacing that a bigger production budget could overshadow.” Grimoire of Horror


“Clearly made by mostly inexperienced filmmakers, they made their premise work very well… It’s almost as if the movie wouldn’t have worked if it was big budget, production company made. If you’re looking for a short fun watch with some jumps and creepy atmosphere, check this out.” Jordanrgs

Deadware is available to rent or buy via Amazon Prime

Filming locations:
Austin, Texas


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