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Trailer: Sharks swim into the found footage genre in Cage Dive

Audiences certainly seem to be tired of found footage flicks lately, but with the rise of the GoPro, the genre has never been more timely. The trailer for the upcoming thriller CAGE DIVE knows this, basing its entire premise around the trend of people filming themselves performing extreme stunts. It combines that with the vacation-gone-awry trope of horror films since the beginning of time and the.
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