Movies Hate You Too writes:
Found footage films started out as a product of independent cinema but they have now grown into a major studio money maker. Not wanting to be left out of the party they “started” independent studios are sadly still in the found footage business. Almost by necessity found footage films have a purposely low budget look and feel to them that blurs the line between an independently made film and a film produced by a major studio. 388 Arletta Avenue isn’t a good film but it succeeds in one spectacular way, it proves that bad found footage films can be released from studios both big and small.
James and Amy (Nick Stahl & Mia Kirshner) live at 388 Arletta Avenue. They’re an average young married couple; their relationship isn’t perfect but they’re in love and trying to make a life with each other. Unbeknownst to them they are being watched through the lenses of dozens of hidden cameras that a mysterious stalker has placed throughout their home. James and Amy’s lives are quickly torn apart by the escalating forms of terror that the stalker enlists.