No Where Is Safe In 5 Movies Like Paranormal Activity
Sunday, July 8 by Joseph Gibson

“Paranormal Activity” is one of the most popular horror hits of recent years – the reasons for its popularity are anyone’s guess, but it probably has to do with its…

5 Movies Like ‘Like Crazy’ That Will Make You Think Twice About Long Distance Relationships
Monday, January 30 by Frost

Racking up frequent flyer miles might not be worth the heartache once you watch these five movies like “Like Crazy” that will make you think twice about long distance relationships….

'Catfish' Directors Joost and Schulman
‘Paranormal Activity 3′ Goes For Even Cheaper By Hiring Documentary Directors
Wednesday, May 4 by

Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman (‘Catfish’) have been hired to direct ‘Paranormal Activity 3′, not the making-of documentary.

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MTV Developing A Series Based On ‘Catfish’
Thursday, March 31 by

Can we get Chris Hansen involved in this please?

Review: ‘Catfish’
Friday, September 17 by

Catfish bodes really well for upstart documentaries. These guys just stumbled onto a story, but they happened to be shooting it so well they could present a coherent film about it.

It sets up the characters, their relationships, the geography and the routines of Facebook really well. Yaniv Schulman has been mailed paintings an eight-year-old girl Abby made of his photography. Yaniv begins an online and telephone relationship with the family, including her mother Angela, and an older daughter that becomes possibly romantic.
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‘Catfish’ Directors Defend Against Accusations of Fakery
Tuesday, September 7 by

The new film Catfish wants to get people talking, but maybe not in the way it has. Since its premiere at Sundance, the film has made an impact on viewers. It begins with NY photographer Yaniv Schulman starting a Facebook relationship with a Midwestern family, then goes to a dark place. Some people are calling bullsh*t on filmmakers Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost. They’re sticking to their story though.

“This question of whether the film is real or not never occurred to us while we were editing because why would you ever suspect that people would be suspicious of something that actually happened to you,” Joost said at a roundtable in Los Angeles today. “But when we started showing it at Sundance, that’s when we started getting questions from the audience. When we were making the film, there were many times when we thought wow, this is too good to be true in a lot of ways, or I can’t believe that just happened the way that it did or that we captured that in the way that we did, but it really happened. That’s the truth.”
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Catfish
Tuesday, September 7 by

Directors: Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman
Synopsis: In late 2007, filmmakers Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost sensed a story unfolding as they began to film the life of Ariel's brother, Nev. They had no idea that their project would lead to the most exhilarating and unsettling months of their lives.
Release Date: September 17, 2010