Release Date: March 3, 2020
Run Time: 1 hour & 25 minutes
Reviewed By: Adam
“Case 347 follows psychologist and UFO skeptic, Dr. Mia Jansen (Maya Stojan), and a team of documentary filmmakers who believe that alien abduction claims are forms of “mass hysteria.” This is their footage…”
I thoroughly enjoyed Case 347. There were points when the acting could have been better, but to be entirely honest, it helped make the “found footage” feel even more real. Speaking of “found footage,” I’m a HUGE FAN so going into this I had a feeling I would really enjoy it. On top of that, I always seem to like alien movies so how could I go wrong with watching?
Case 347 reminded me a lot of Phoenix Forgotten. In fact, at the end of this movie, I was wishing the two movies could swap endings. Phoenix Forgotten had me on the edge of my seat the entire time, but the ending was wack and very disappointing. The ending for Case 347 would have been perfect, if they ended it about two minutes sooner. However, the ending was still better than Phoenix Forgotten‘s.
To top it off, Maya Stojan was the star! I’ve been a fan of her’s since her days as Tory on Castle. My dad and I used to watch it religiously. Damn, I miss that show… Anyway, Maya was excellent and was cast perfectly as Mia. Hopefully this role will be a big stepping stone for her future. I’d love for her to continue getting lead roles.
If you’re like me and love “found footage” movies, Case 347 is a must watch. Especially if you’re a thriller and/or alien buff.
Case 347 is now available on FLIXFLING, Vimeo on Demand, Vudu, Amazon, iTunes, and Google Play.
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