12 Films made with hand-held cameras


The trend of hand-held camera movies are a very popular trend. And, so they should. This method of making films keeps audiences watching – giving them a realistic and more believable look in first person.

Below, we have compiled a list (in order of IMDb ratings) of films that we think should be on your top 10 list of hand-held camera movies you should watch if you haven’t already.

Starting from lowest rating to highest, we have:

12 – The Taking of Deborah Logan (2014) (IMDb Rating: 6.0)

11 – Grave Encounters (2011) (IMDb Rating: 6.1)

10 – Creep (2014) (IMDb Rating: 6.2)

9 – The Visit (2015) (IMDb Rating: 6.2)

8 – The Good Neighbor (2016) (IMDb Rating: 6.3)

7 – Afflicted (2013) (IMDb Rating: 6.3)

6 – Paranormal Activity (2007) (IMDb Rating: 6.3)

5 – The Blair Witch Project (1999) (IMDb Rating: 6.4)

4 – Troll Hunter (2010) (IMDb Rating: 7.0)

3 – Cloverfield (2008) (IMDb Rating: 7.0)

2 – Don’t Breathe (2016) (IMDb Rating: 7.3)

1 – REC (2007) (IMDb Rating: 7.5)

What did you think of our list? let us know in the comments section below 🙂

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4 thoughts on “12 Films made with hand-held cameras

  1. jsebastian December 15, 2016 / 3:01 pm

    Love The Taking of Deborah Logan, still need to finally see Don’t Breathe! Do you ever share your work on any film sites?

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    • Global Film Locations December 15, 2016 / 4:17 pm

      You will love don’t breathe. It’s soo tense! 😊 nope. I may In the near future.

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      • jsebastian December 16, 2016 / 11:52 am

        If you think you’d be interested in having some of your works promoted on moviepilot.com, shoot me an email and I can help you get started 🙂

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