I haven't seen a good creepy video thread for a while.
Weird videos/animations/documentaries/whatever. I just need something weird and disturbing to watch. I'll share some ones I have first:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ggxiBWv4xYE - Conspiracy Of Silence: a documentary originally banned from being aired
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0e6sfiylUGY - WNBC Traffic Helicopter Crash
This video always unsettled me as you hear her screaming "hit the water" in the video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ilHmpETJgZ0 - Noroi The Curse (full film) - if you've got 2 hours to spare, watch this great Japanese supernatural mystery. In the form of a documentary, it has so many unsettling twists and turns. I've not seen it in a fair few years myself so I'll probably end up watching it when I run out of stuff to share.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=La1tzPS1R7Q - Haxan: Witchcraft Through The Ages (full film)
A silent film documentary about the belief of witchcraft in the middle ages such as ceremonial events, superstitions and even torture devices used on those believed to be witches. This version of the film is narrated by Williams S Burroughs.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QFwo57WKwg - Dye - Fantasy music video
NSFW, I guess. Not really creepy so much as a beautifully animated music video that gets weird.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-S862p69B0 - another Transfiguration video from Olivier De Sagazan.
If you don't know this guy, he's a French artist known for a performance you're about to see where he uses clay, paint and a brush to distort his face into something grotesque.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YfY1lfFu8j8 - I Am Your Grandma
A message to her grandchild.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xfh9-ogUgSQ - Japan Airlines Flight 123 Accident (12 Aug 1985) - Cockpit Voice Recorder
This video hits home hard.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-PUiqzfi0U - Exploring Ruins
Title says it all, but it's a pretty bloody weird ruin.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0y0ffj__R4g - Cracks (Crack Master)
A lost Seseme Street short animation that was remembered for being strange and somewhat eerie.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07CIe3GcYVw - I HATE SNOW
A woman takes her dog for a walk but finds something when she returns.
I also hugely recommend this channel - TheLittleFears - if you want a good channel for creepy videos. She usually tells stories about the weird and unexplained, but there's a few videos that imply she's experienced supernatural phenomenon.
An underrated channel imo and I believe she's stopped uploading content now, unfortunately.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9V_PbCLCfv0 - Jouko Ahola Deadlitfs At Gym
Not paranormal, but the guy's determination as well as what ends up happening just leaves me feeling uneasy.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SXm0IX9aiBA - The Witch [Forbidden Files]
A whole channel dedicated to weird supernatural urban legends, stories and footage. This one focuses on a local legend of a witch. The whole channel is worth checking out too.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-SL4ejpP94 - The Internet Story
Definitely worth watching. I honestly don't want to spoil any of it for those that haven't seen it.
Just finished this. First time watching it too. Holy hell this has to be the best shit I've seen in years. At first I thought it was all ayy lmao, but it wasn't. Thanks for sharing. Have 1 internet, OP.
You couldn't pay me any amount of money to sit in a room like that. Damn
>JSDF told a USAF base near the crash site to stand down when it offered to begin a rescue operation
>Japs come in ten hours later, allowing most people with treatable injuries to die
>Single suspicious photograph from an unknown source of the plane in flight after it lost its tail fin
Not fishy at all or anything.
>mfw this is the woman who died
i love living in the future, where all the crazy shit that happened in the past has been saved and made searchable
Daywalt horror is an awesome channel, posts a lot of well produced short horror videos
My personal favourite is The Many Doors of Albert Whale: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-ZD5cLlA2U
Let's pretend there is something going on for a minute. Let's say that are noises that are going on in the ceiling. We, as the audience, don't have any information. Could be some renters upstairs, a small child, a wild squirrel in the attic. All of these are acceptable mundane causes and are by no means spooky.
Keep in mind the noise sounds somewhat repeated and is always "distant". It's a fucking popcorn popper.
The camera work is shit too. The is literally NothingHappens.jpeg: The Video.
At 79 views, it's obviously your video since it is unlisted. Stop being so butthurt that your shitty attempt to make something spoopy failed.
There are some legitimately eerie things in this thread and this particular video isnt up to par. It's Marble Hornets tier.
>Bad camera work
Come back to us with a concrete idea of something scary, work on filming that and maybe you can try again.
sounds pretty different to me, but i can hear some similarities. the real thing that bothers me is that you took the time to find it.
i know you wont believe me because youre so busy being buttmad, but its not my video.
It had a neat idea but every episode was the same
>Look around dimly lit area, looking nothing in particular
>Spoopy video buzzing and stuttering frames
>Camera focuses one something arbitrary for 3 minutes
>Lather, Rinse, Repeat
I stopped watching when the guy with the mask showed up in the bedroom.
Their biggest fault was that the "storyline" was getting too complicated to follow and long delays between some of the vid's didn't help at all.
Soon I got lost in what's found footage, what is his actual footage, which are flashbacks and which is present etc.
Also what >>15134088 he said.
I'm still wondering why the hell the faggot with the camera kept the light source behind him instead of shining it ahead, at least for a majority of the video.
Nonetheless, that abandoned building was very creepy indeed. Room with bloody(?) kimonos, old katana and loads of oaoer charms and eerie dolls? I'd have noped hard.
The first season is nearly perfect, with enough mystery and speculation to keep it fresh. But yeah, the only things I really enjoyed after that was some of the other Totheark vids.
I know the guy who made this series. I made a few of my own with the same super 8 phone app he used. After he did this, he did a project called "I found Gretchen's diary" on tumblr, which you can find here:
Hey, does anybody have that won black and white short film about a guy cut down the middle vertically stalking a eventually sewing himself to a women?
I saw it years ago but I can't remember the name.
JESUS I WAS LIKE OH THOSE R REALLY PRETTY AT FIRST
hey you fucking edgelords, a deadlift involves the legs not the back and neck like this guy is doing. He's giving himself an aneurysm here, and the /fit/ dude chiming in is correct. You don't have to automatically shit all over something because of your insecurities.
it depends on proportions you fuckwit
sure a guy with short legs can utilise that shorter lever but people with short torsos would be losing hundreds of lbs if they tried to avoid using their back
The Station Nightclub Fire is a classic. For those haven't seen it yet you get to hear the sounds of people screaming in agony as they burn to death. The shot of the people trapped in the doorway knowing they'll burn to death within a matter of minutes is the stuff of nightmares. Towards the end of the video you can see two people still alive burning to death.
This is really only ironically spooky at the beginning. Because you know things are about to go bad while the people in the video don't.
Also why does this shit look like it was filmed in 1986? The style of clothes and video quality, all of it.
What I find to be very interesting is how the guy just happened to be filming the event. He was also the only person who recognised the fire as a lethal threat when it started and immediately backed towards the exit while everyone else just stood there watching it, almost as if he was in on it.
I'm a bit late to this thread, but for anyone still lurking who might be interested, I've compiled a fairly large (~250 videos, 8+ hours) playlist of creepy videos from /x/ threads over the course of the past 2 months:
The quality of each video is a little bit, well, varied, ranging from legitimate horror to paranormal stuff to "spoopy," and a joke video or 2 thrown in for effect - basically, an accurate reflection of the threads the videos came from, and of /x/ as a whole. It's a pretty crazy trip if you go fullscreen, put in headphones and set videos to shuffle. Not to mention, with so much content, it's basically different every time. I've gone ahead and updated the playlist with everything from this thread and will continue lurking / adding until it 404s!
It was a concert. Of course there's going to be at least one person with a recorder rolling. And as you saw in the video, he also went around the back at one point and even called out for survivors.
Being as far back as he was and focusing his attention ahead is what allowed him to quickly catch on to the potential danger.
He has a lot of balls going in there. ALL THE BALLS.
If you didn't know it is not a great idea to dick around in abandoned buildings in Japan...
Not because of any 'spoopy skellingtons' but because there is a small but remote chance certain 'individuals' owned that building before and may still have some claim to it. If there is even the slightest chance you are dicking in these dude's business inadvertently this is -damned near a death wish-.
Even asking about certain abandoned places is a good way to get yourself killed or at least threatened.
Let me put is this way. Japan is just urbanized to fuck and back and developers just ignore these places and leave them be.
It's just the way Yamaguchi Yumi rolls. If some high ranking member who owns holdings passes away, those holdings are his in death. Even if that particular family has moved on from the area that building, that property. Whatever... His. Forever.
Attempting to encroach on that on any way is... Well, you are beyond dead.
And as I said the Japanese take that shit seriously. There's even an entire skyscraper in Tokyo that's off limits unless you wanna die.
There was a documentary where they go into that skyscraper. Motherfucker was creepy as Hell. Apparently they managed to get permission for a very limited tour.
There was a really oppressive and maybe LITERALLY oppressive atmosphere inside. Shackles on the walls where they kept their slaves.
They only explored like 1% The rest of the areas are off limits and no living person has actually been inside them for decades.
A whole lotta people probably died fucking horribly inside that bitch. I like to think Shredder's office tower is based on it.
>The Station nightclub fire was the fourth-deadliest nightclub fire in U.S. history, killing 100 people.
How many fucking deadly American nightclub fires have there even been?
I can't watch the video right now, but iirc he said something about succeeding to build a bridge to this world or something, so maybe it's really difficult for a dead person to make phone calls and he only managed to do so because of his experience with EVPs? So nobody else got any phone calls because most dead people don't know how to do it.
Then again the recordings were probably bullshit anyway. Why would that woman have a tape recorder connected to her phone?
Honestly, when I first watched the video I thought the flames were part of the planned pyrotechnics because they started almost at the same time on opposite sides of the stage in a way that looked planned. I watched and read a few interviews with survivors of the fire and apparently a lot of people too thought the flames were just supposed to be there until the smoke started to fill the room and people started panicking.
What a fucking massacre. Ever since I watched that video I can't help but flinch every time I go to a concert that uses pyrotechnics. I always look up emergency exits just in case. This shit has made me so paranoid.
classic! you should seriously watch it you fucking noobs! it's from 2004
I feel honored that Republika is on the list.
It's not creepy, but it's something you must see.
Looking for that weird fuck that does tutorial videos but they all have nothing to do with the title. The filmer has a high pitched voice and I can't tell if it's a man or woman. S/he starts of his/her videos by saying 'Hey tutorialheads!' or some variation of it.
I gotta admit, I was hoping for a little bit more spooky in this film.
Had some nice parts, though I didn't really get the same unnerving feel I did when watching something like ju-on for the first time.
Does anyone has a link to that video of a claymation of a Lovecraft story? Something about a guy who wants to take revenge on a friend of his and at the end one of the guys ends in Psychiatric hospital or something.
Here's a creepy short film I made, it's also the first short film I made, can you tell me what of think of it
For a first attempt, excellent. The camera work could be better, the cuts could be tighter, and your actors aren't believable. On zero budget, that's understandable. You're overusing the tension music a bit, but you clearly know how to use it.
Your only real problem is that you need a hook at the beginning. There's 100 seconds of "why am I supposed to care?" until you see the hands on the stairs. You could have had him waiting for a few seconds, cut to a view of him from an upper window in the building (suggesting he was being watched) and then cut back for the woman to come out and give him the keys.
Fantastic setting. Real places feel real. The concept is great. Something stalks a guy who's oblivious to it. I like how you handled that. Honestly, pitch this to a major studio, or even Netflix. I'd watch a 90 minute version of this if it had Hollywood quality makeup and effects.
A minor correction for those who want to watch the film from OP's gif.
It is from a "Who's There?" film challenge, but the title of the short film is "Light's Out."
What he means is that the US air force was already on site and, since they had a base very close by, could easily airlift survivors.
When the nips showed up several hours later, they decided they would actually have to wait until the next day before they could do any searching since it was dark when they got there (not when the USAF was there though, just evening.)
They figure about 20 people or more could have lived if the USAF had been allowed to S&R. Instead we're stuck with the 2 or 3 that managed to live through the 20F night in the mountains with mild injuries (since major injuries froze to death)
Forgot to mention that someone, no one could figure out who, told the USAF to stand down and that the Nips' would do the S&R instead... several hours later.
Reminds me of the made for TV version of Ju-On, specifically the camera angles, staircase, and picture quality.
So far these are the things I saw that could have been better
>the background audio noticeably changes between shots when there is no music, which constantly reminds the viewer that he is a viewer.
>the opening could have been a bit more interesting while keeping it uneventful
>the scenes in which the shot starts with the main character in frame are noticeably being started there. It might be better to cut the shot after he starts acting rather than right as he starts or else you get a millisecond of awkward hesitation
>Camera angles are excellent, although the first person scene down the staircase missed the opportunity to capitalize on the claustrophobia by following him very closely
>the scene in which the lights shut off didn't have a sound effect, so until he turned the lights back on I didn't know why it had gotten dark, thought the vid had ended.
Other than that, I really enjoyed it. I don't know if putting all of the religious symbols throughout it was on purpose or just there originally, but it was really effective at setting the mood. All of the scares were fantastic without being too much. As a matter of personal preference though, I think I would have enjoyed if it stuck to the small subtle scares throughout. I thought the face in the window was good, but would have been better if it had disappeared when he moved in front of it, especially with the angle of camera not specifically pointing it out (like any Hollywood horror film might have). I can see a lot of asian horror influence in this and it reminds me a lot of junji ito with the way you combine subtlety with outright showing the monsters center frame. If you ever get the chance, watch the movie Ringu 0, the last 20 minutes of it especially as your video distinctly reminded me of it and you might be able to pull a lot of inspiration from it.
This guy's a prick but he's a funny prick
watching right now and honestly you're giving me the fucking crepes, man
the whole idea that this poor kid is totally oblivious to the fact that there is a creepy as fuck thing is EVERYWHERE is pretty great
Because Im an idiot who wanted to focus on comedy, but lately I want to make more presentable stuff. There is another short film I want to do which is about an isolated person in a poat apocalyptic setting who broadcasts a show on his radio as a means of occupying time. He begins to receive various unsettling messages after years of silence...Im still expanding upon the concept, and I may return to Foofie if I get a decent script together. Thanks man
the trench coat spoopied me more than the little guy
Remember kids,when faced with legitimate criticism always revert to name calling.
They should have listened...
>Lets go make a new crack friend
I giggled up. Cool, eerie video though.