By | Posted on 27 April 2012

Unaware follows a young vacationing couple as they record a disturbing discovery on a rural ranch in Texas.

This film delves into the mystery of the disappearance of the bodies from the 1947 Roswell incident. Unaware reveals disturbing images and answers the question of what happened to those bodies. While the official site and IMDB page both state this film is an edited version of some footage captured during a young couple’s 2010 vacation in rural Texas, you’ll have to decide for yourself if this is a “found footage” documentary or a real occurrence.

Here are a couple nice teasers for you:

I’ll be the first to admit that there is no possible way I would ever buy into this being real footage and to be honest, I’m not really a fan of these types of movies. The “found footage” style always seems totally faked and has never been interesting to me, but this looks intriguing. As I was watching the trailer, I was wondering if this is something that I’d really want to see (or promote for that matter), but towards the end I thought, “That’s kind of cool!” I’ve always believed in the existence of extraterrestrial life, whether they’ve come to Earth is questionable, but I think it would be interesting to see how Unaware answers this question and the question of the disappearance of the Roswell bodies (you know, if they existed.)

The film is the collaborative effort of Sean Bardin and Robert Cooley. It debuted in 2010 and has been making the film festival circuit ever since. Its next scheduled appearance will be “as an Official Selection at the Afterlife Paranormal Film Festival in Chicago, IL, on October 5, 2012.” Unaware has won numerous film festival awards to date and is working on some deals for a wide release. Even if I don’t believe that this is real footage, I’ll still eventually check this movie out.

Stay up-to-date on Unaware:





Carrie Hildebrand

Carrie is a writer with a passion for art. A self-proclaimed geek from Wisconsin, she loves everything from steampunk to scifi to anything indie and is more than happy to bombard your timelines with whatever she finds. When she’s not working as a writer or an artist, she masquerades as a hatter, works at a bank and just for the heck of it, drives a hearse.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/matthew.drummey Matthew Drummey

    It looks really corny to be honest. Personally I think SOMETHING did happen in Roswell in 1947 but I doubt very much any evidence of said incident or the resulting cover up would just be lying around in a shed in Texas for hapless vacationers to find.

    This style of movie never appeals to me either and I avoid them like the plague especially since The Blair Witch Project

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