The Last Broadcast
The Last Broadcast (1998)

An absorbing, low budget thriller similar to Errol Morris' documentary The Thin Blue Line, The Last Broadcast was dubbed the first "desktop feature film" -- having been shot on inexpensive digital cameras and edited using home… More

Rated: Unrated
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Genre: Horror
Release Date: October 23, 1998
DVD Release Date: December 7, 1999
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Scott Weinberg

Intermittently successful gimmick flick.

Brian Mckay

Unravels at the end, with a completely contrived finale that totally destroys whatever mystique the first 80 minutes managed to build.

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Michael Dequina

An efficient and effective exercise that manages to get under the skin.

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Michael W. Phillips, Jr.
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Wouldn't have made it much past the creators' computers had Blair Witch not done so well.

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Douglas Pratt

At its best, it is very creepy

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Flixster Audience Score: 39% Flixster User Reviews
xGary Xx
A clever and satirical mockumentary, dreadfully ripped off by the far inferior Blair Witch Project. The no-name cast and documentary style make it quite… More
Patrick Dolan
I actually found this film really engaging and it comes off as a genuine documentary. Although the format is different for a fiction film that's not… More
Kylie B
Great premise, with a thought provoking arguement about how the media/film is shped by interpretation etc, but the ending lacks punch. If the whole thing is… More
Anthony Valletta
Nice piece of work. They accomplish much on a low budget. Great ending.
Ryan Marshall
** out of **** It's the upper end of the 1990's, and a film crew that works exclusively for New Jersey-based reality television program "Fact… More
Christopher Brown
The film Blair Witch apparently ripped off (when it's not being accused of ripping off Cannibal Holocaust). This is fairly entertaining with a few creepy… More