ByGenevieve Van Voorhis, writer at Creators.co
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Two young Americans head to Jerusalem on vacation, only to have their partying cut short by a Biblical apocalypse. The film mixes found footage with standard filming, and the horror almost seeps out from beyond the screen.

Jeruzalem premiered in July 2015 at the Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal. It's been out in the US for a while, but soon you can buy it on DVD and Blu-Ray if you're living in the UK (March 28th and April 4th, respectively). In celebration of that, check out this chilling chunk of found-footage from the film.

In this scene, one of the two main female characters, Sarah (Danielle Jadelyn), gets separated from the others. She steadfastly records everything, even though you can hear her whimpering in terror.

One of those gruesome hellish angels growls and shuffles around, just through the window.

Sarah reaches for her keys, hoping to make an escape. The screen goes black, and then...

Sarah is not alone. Someone emerges from the blackness, and he's not at all comforting.

"Heyyyy!" he whispers, "I know you! America! Nice girl..."

Then the camera cuts out.

Rachel (Yael Grobglas, left) and Sarah (Danielle Jadelyn, right) in 'JeruZalem.' Source: Bloody Disgusting via IMDB.
Rachel (Yael Grobglas, left) and Sarah (Danielle Jadelyn, right) in 'JeruZalem.' Source: Bloody Disgusting via IMDB.

Here's the entire terrifying trailer for Jeruzalem:

What did you think was the scariest part in 'Jeruzalem'?

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