When bad films are made, it might be because they lacked a little something here or there...storyline, script writing, acting, production quality, etc.
This film lacked *everywhere*. I saw it at the landmark last week and was certain it was some kind of social experiment they were performing to see how p'ed off people would get at spending $9 for something like this.
...and there is no $%#! way this thing cost $450k to make.
I would say to potential viewers...go watch something else. And I would say to the filmmakers...learn from your mistakes before you try again.