Very similar in a lot of ways to films like The Blair Witch Project and Paranormal Activity, but doesn't quite hit the mark where those two do. This film is creating about creating a sense of dread, atmosphere, and realism, and, while the tension rises, ther is no real payoff, and no scares are delivered. Still though, this is a creepy film, and the way it ends is at least pretty realistic.
I still give it praise since it was shot on a low budget, is an independent production, and shows how a simple idea (and a great setting) can get under your skin and successfully freak people out, even if the end result is underwhelming.
Rarely do I ever consider nudity pointless in a movie, but there seemed to be no real reason for it here. Blanchard Ryan is nice, but her nude scene just seemed kind of random.
Okay, that is all. If you like micro-budget indie films that rely more on tension atmosphere, and realism than gore and violence, then you'll probably find something to enjoy about this;if not, I'd skip it.