Well, I don't get into technical aspects, movie jargon, or bullshit details. I basically just get into "Was this movie worth a shit or not?" It was not. Despite little hints of originality sprinkled throughout, there just wasn't a payoff. At least, not one that was feasible enough or even relevant to the story or backstory (of which there was none). I don't even mind the found footage subgenre, though some will swear that it's generally hard to watch or follow odd angles. I'm good with it. I'm just not good with found footage when it's total ass-garbage. There's also seemingly no connection at all between any of the 3 main characters, and the only part that was mildly entertaining was the stupid, hopeless, dipshit clown that lives with his mom. I'd imagine that some people would contend that the entire movie is validated by its ability to build on suspense and the impending sense of disaster at the end, but even that comes cheaply and half-assed. The ending offers no payoff unless you consider the payoff you sitting on your ass wondering "What fucking sense did THAT make?!" If you absolutely have nothing better to do, then watch it...if for no other reason than to say "Oh man...Bruce was totally right!"
I give this movie 2 out of 5 cleavers, which is just another way of saying I liken it to a theater with a sticky floor and there are 3 annoying bitches yapping to each behind you.
Oh yeah, so this might be helpful. Since pretty much neither Bob nor I discuss actual plot of storyline, here's the imdb link to the movie!