This straightforward American remake of REC moves the action to Los Angeles, with The Poughkeepsie Tapes director John Erick Dowdle at the helm.
Hanah's Gift (2008)
Unlike other POV movies, this low-budget film avoids the "video camera" approach altogether and uses a "gifted" little girl as the source of the first-person POV. Six-year-old Hanah doesn't speak but has the ability to mentally jump into other people's heads and see things through their eyes. Thus, we view the movie not only from her point of view, but also through the other characters -- including the woman running an anger management group meeting who turns out to be a psychotic killer. (It's never clear why a six-year-old with autism is entrusted to a group of adults with anger management issues.)
Home movies of a seemingly perfect couple reveal that the two children are violent sociopaths who graduate from killing animals to people.
Security cameras and home video captures events that occurred to a pair of California sisters who are menaced by a demonic force.
A troubled minister agrees to let his last exorcism be filmed by a documentary crew.
Apollo 18 (2011)
This movie purports to be footage of a secret mission to the moon that ended with an alien encounter.
Siblings in a vacationing family explore a local urban legend while staying in an old mansion.
Grave Encounters (2011)
The crew of a ghost-hunting reality TV show investigate the rumors of supernatural activity in an abandoned psychiatric hospital.