This is quite a good movie if you like indie movies & exploitation films, especially one that at times seems like it could have been a lost gem from 30 or so years ago, though it's actually a new movie. The movie being one that was made in South Carolina, USA (Inman & Columbia) shocks the heck out of me after now having watched it twice. There is no CGI, at least not that I could see though if paused, there is one scene I noticed they erased digitally some small thing out of the picture. Good luck finding that though, it seems to be in one frame only in something that happened fast.
Here's a warning for some and for others, a heads up for more reason to give this watching. It has a good bit of nudity and it's full frontal at that at times (male & female too), there's a good bit of blood & also some gore scenes that are sick, some extreme deaths (I thought WOW on some), "drugs" and seeing young people not only doing "drugs" but doing what young people do when out having wild fun, some wacky religious freaks appear and become rather unpleasant to others and there is a strangeness at times in the sense like you get in the Japanese House movie but different (trippy, odd sort of thing at many times, hard to explain).
This had a small budget but one where they got creative with what they had and knew how to stretch a dollar but do keep in mind this is the director's first time trying to make a movie (a newbie at this though hard to tell when watching). Anyway, so this is not always perfect but most flaws are small things and/or fits with the look anyway (only 2 or 3 things really jumped out at me at first), so the small flaws that do exist usually work with it's style it went for and could even bed excused as purpose for most of them.
I've watched this twice in the last few days and I've had more fun with it than I have any big mainstream movie in quite some time. If nothing else, it's a great weekend fun flick.
You get some good extras though for me, the bloopers reel ruins a part in one of the deleted scenes I enjoyed a good bit though the blooper reel in of itself was enjoyable. You get that reel, 2 deleted scenes, the two songs played from the "live performances" see/heard in the movie but in full with watching them act it out as was in the movie though I don't quite get why the video footage for the one song was made to look so terrible (on purpose) and small. I guess to imitate a bootleg look. You the trailer for this and also for the Teenage Caligula trailer that was made just to get support for making Theta Girl and also you get commentary on how they made such a film like this with so little money & knowledge in a effort to help you do the same.
My least favorite part of the movie was what they used for the drug in the film and that's a small gripe to be the least favorite thing. Go to YouTube and see the uncensored trailer. It's just like that but more and the movie lives up to what you see in it and has the exact same look.