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I like indie's, found footage, horror and anything not from the Hollywood/American meat grinder. I'm a big horror fan and understand that low budgets, odd choices by the characters and sometimes questionable acting are just part of the package.
This is not a good film. This is not a good bad film.
There is essentially no plot. No structure or acts that I could discern.
You expect shaky camerawork on a found footage, but for a large portion of the movie's finale the camera isn't actually pointing at anything.
I wanted to give it 3/10 because I'm nice, as a piece of 'cinema' it deserves 1/10. 2/10 sits right in the middle.
Kudos to what's-his-name for managing to push this through to completion. The lack of a plot, structure or narrative clearly didn't hold him back.
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