15 best fake documentaries, ranked

This recent fake documentary release is more like “Lake Mungo” in how it builds a story of grief around the potential existence of other dimensions. After the mysterious disappearance of her fiancé, Wayne Richie (Jeremy Childs) contacts a documentary crew to help him find her. When I say strange, I mean she seems to disappear from the face of the earth. They were walking past Howard’s Mill when she was there one minute, and not the next. Wayne doesn’t understand and wants to find the answer. As the team delved into the history of the property, they realized it was the site of a number of disappearances over 40 years.

This film sticks closer than the typical documentary format, as there is no “found footage” at its core. Instead, it’s a team of investigators trying to find answers. There isn’t a single monster or demon chasing our characters, but a sense of fear pervades the film. It is oppressive, sad, and proof that the next generation is alive and well.

https://www.slashfilm.com/964187/the-best-pseudo-documentaries-ranked/ 15 best fake documentaries, ranked

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