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Figured I'd write one more review since there are only 2 so far. :-)
For a micro-budget movie, this is pretty good. All the acting is very natural; it really does feel like we're watching real people going through some actual creepy experiences. The way they handle things isn't strained or contrived. Each person has their own personality and each of them seems like someone I might encounter in real life. The minimal budget means there are no eye-popping effects (or other standard movie fare such as chase scenes or bloody violence), but it doesn't hurt the sense of immersion into the paranormal, thanks to the smart choice made by the movie makers to focus (a la "Blair Witch Project") mostly on the people and their emotions rather than the spookies.
Ultimately, I can't rate this as a great movie, but I can say that if you like creepy movies and you're in the mood for a cheap one set in modern suburbia, this one should entertain you.
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