The Fourth Kind is the most recent film coming out that takes part in a kind of trend - films that are, for the most part, stories told by setting up a video camera and letting it run.
Okay, okay, there's more to it than that, but that's at the heart of it. Just like Paranormal Experience. Blair Witch Project is > the same idea, but with a bit more effort put into post. So, what's the next entry into this genre? The next 'turn on the video camera and let it run' verite'-style masterwork?
Seems like you could do something in an interrogation room; - a cop (or two) talking to a serial killer, breaking him or her down over a course of hours or days. In Therapy does the same sort of thing, but (so far as I know) doesn't use the conceit of an actual camera in the room with them; it's more of a traditionally-shot drama that takes place in one room, and in real timed. One Night In A Convenience Store, told through the security cameras? One of those systems that flips through four cameras in sequence - wide and high, closeup of the customer, closeup of the clerk, back of the store looking forward, maybe? Was it HBO that did Taxicab Confessions?
What else suggests itself?

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Steven
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what's the next entry into this genre? The next 'turn on the video camera and let it run' verite'-style masterwork?

BURIED takes place entirely in the coffin of a man buried alive.

It's in production now, I think.

Martin B
I'm writing a horror movie that's designed to be filmed by the multiple security cameras in a military base. I don't know if it's a great gimmick or not in practice, but I thought it'd be neat.

Alexei