The outline of it is appealing - that's why a lot of people watched it. The trailer captured a lot of the eerie pieces and the flickering film. It made it look like it captured a lot of raw emotion, but it really didn't. The acting was poor (especially from the graduate student), the climax and the important scenes were unorganized and choppy, and the script was kind of unrealistic and didn't stick to the real story. They tried too hard to make it eerie, disturbing, and disgusting, but they veered off from the film's structure and along with it, I couldn't find anything "eerie" or "disturbing" or even "disgusting" in this movie. Also, at the end, they made it look like there would be more to it, but they just ended it right at a scene they thought was powerful, when viewers were hoping for more intensity.