This film has got to be one of the worst films I've ever seen. It's a predictable film, but what makes it so much more worse is the dodgy camera angle! The film's angle is extremely dodgy and the quality is not clear at all. So that combined with a bad plot is a recipe for disaster...
The film isn't interesting in the slightest. In fact the only interesting scene was the last one whereby the main character explained the whole film and what actually happened. I feel in an attempt to make the audience understand what was going on throughout the film, the camera crew and co explained small stuff to the child in the film... In doing so the audience understood what all the equipment was for.
There is really nothing else to say about this film. It was an extremely boring film. Nothing about this film was scary nor jumpy, it's simply random generic events. You want to know what the cause of all this is and that's why you watch till the end.
The ending of the film makes no sense what so ever! But by this time the whole film is already a let down, that you expect the ending to be a let down.
The whole film is low budget and it's extremely obvious. There is nothing wrong with a film being low budget, but in this film the plot didn't make up for it. There are so many plot holes in this film...
Overall, I definitely would not recommend this film.
1. Okay, so Caitlin has schizophrenia... How does that explain the picture turning upside down and the teapot moving?
2. How was Caitlin in the air towards the end?
3. Why didn't the doctor tell Alan he knew he was lying about how his wife died?
4. Who was the girl at the end?
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