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Jane Elizabeth Barry,
I literally made an account on IMDb to tell people not to watch this. I watch a huge amount of low-budget horror films, and I have a particular fondness for the found-footage schtick - and this was bad, even by the already low standards expected of found-footage movies. The only scares are cheap jump scares by obnoxious sound effects.
It was hard to follow, but not in a complex, 'Mullholland Drive' sort of way - more of a haphazard, college freshman desperately trying to pull together a cohesive argument in a research paper kind of way. Don't waste your time, because it will be wasted.
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