7 October 2017 | lukas-harrison
An Absolute Waste of Time
If you're looking for a decent horror film with good jump scares or a great story line, then avoid this if you can.
This film features everything a bad horror film entails- bad acting, a terrible story line and less than mediocre jump scares. Sure, there's one instance where a jump scare got me but other than that this is one of the most bland horror films I've ever seen, and it features and overused concept that is dying out.
Let also not get past the fact that this film looks like it was made on a student budget, with the crew also serving as the actors (which explains the bad acting). Allan Kellogg should really rethink how he made this film, and given it was funded by Indiegogo I'm not surprised this didn't work out so well. Someone should scold his cinematographer for terrible camera angles.
To summarise this whole review, I would suggest avoiding this film if you see it on Netflix or Sky. I'd give it a 1 but I enjoyed one jump scare, as it's pretty much the only good thing about the film (Besides Wesley, of course, he was the only decent actor/character in the film.)