tells the tale of a crazy cult leader gathering his followers for a mass suicide, only we’re seeing it through the lens of a two-man news crew.

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And there’s nothing freakier than watching a person’s last minutes alive on camera.

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The story follows a TV reporter and her cameraman as they accompany emergency workers into a building and are quickly locked inside with the horror within.

was a new take on a (pardon the pun) decaying genre.

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The creepy designs, which date back to 2015, were discovered by software company CBI Insight, which has been analysing Mark Zuckerberg's "emotion technology".

Patent documents contain illustrations showing a person holding a smartphone with a camera taking a picture from which "emotion characteristics" like smiling or frowning are detected.

We won’t spoil the big secret here, though you can probably figure it out from the GIF above, but at the end of the day the found-footage factor adds an extra layer of intensity to the proceedings.