With The House of the Devil, director Ti West became one of the stars of contemporary indie horror. His latest film uses the “found footage” approach to tell a story of two reporters for Vice magazine who enter a cult’s compound and uncover much more than just a puff piece when they rile the creepily charismatic leader (Gene Jones). Despite cheating a bit on the cinéma vérité conceit with a horror score and more cameras than can be accounted for, West delivers the goods — particularly in the film’s extended setup. West appears at the 7 p.m. and 9:15 p.m. Friday, June 20, screenings. Rated R. 95 minutes. Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe.