Shot on a miniscule budget of $100,000, you’d think it would be an impressive feat that they were able to make a film with that small a budget, until you actually watch it and understand why. For the first 40 minutes, nothing happens. At all. Then when the horror aspect finally rears its head, this film is mostly made up of characters walking down dark hallways, reacting to predictable jump scares. The characters are poorly written, horribly unlikable horror bait, and the film’s twist ending is laughably nonsensical. The only reason this film is spared my lowest rating, is because one of the death scenes was surprisingly decent. But the rest of the film is garbage, and deserves to be strung up by its neck.