"Found footage" horror films have a deservedly bad reputation. Apart from a few gems the majority are usually quite forgetful. House of 100 Eyes
is in my view, one of the exceptions.
The premise is simple, and insane enough that it could actually be real. A screwball couple have sound proofed their house, and rigged it with numerous video cameras (both hidden and in plain sight.) Their goal is to make the ultimate snuff-film in their own home - three kills in one night, all captured by their cameras. Needless to say there's a bit of violence and disturbing footage here, but not as much as you would think. Still this is not a film for everyone.
What makes this work is the obvious lunacy of the main roles, the couple, combined with their everyday approach to the whole project. Also the quality of the footage is way better than what's common for found footage films, something that comes naturally from the different setting.
All in all, quite an entertaining film if you can stomach it.