Filmmaking duo Adam and Stu stumble upon a series of online videos which they beleive contain a man confessing to a murder of someone named "Stacey." With "true crime" being the hottest genre in the industry, they decide that they should cash in on the trend by creating a hit series of thier own. What they believe to be a straightforward murder case turns into an unforgettable manhunt that could have deadly consequences for all. Are they in over their heads? Yes.
"Rodness and Stone have created a film that is both grounded in reality and completely off the rails, tossing caution to wind to chase down a wild story.
“If the film sound like something you'll like, chances are you will.”
– Film Threat
"Twists and turns that will keep you captivated. Timely humour that will make you laugh. Oh yeah, and it's creepy and weird and as authentic as it gets."
“Succeeds as a consistently engrossing watch that blends the line between reality and fiction."
– Matt's Movies Reviews
“Part 'Catfish' with a dash of 'Deliverance' and 'Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon.' Even for the less than diehard true crime fan, there's much to enjoy here.”
– Horror Buzz
“Keeps you on your toes, screaming at the screen."
– ML Miller Rights
“An incredible meta story ad incredibly cool that they were able to pull this off."
– Geek Vibes Nation
"It's so nice to find an independent horror that is both thrilling and original."
- Spooky Astronauts
"Faking A Murderer is charismatic, funny and easy entertaining watch for a lay evening with friends and a few beers."