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I can't believe how many viewers don't seem to grasp that this is primarily a comedy, there are too many bad reviews based on the tremendously incorrect assumption that it was intended to be a flat out horror.
As a person who's watched many of the types of shows depicted in this movie and even gone house hunting in a similar country, this film is gold.
The only thing I didn't like were some of the characters choices near the end, you know, the typical bad horror movie choices that have you screaming at the screen "no! don't go into that room alone!". But given this is a horror spoof, this could have been intentional, as a spoof of your typical horror movie.
I don't want to ruin the movie so I'll keep it vague. There were some nice surprises, I was thoroughly entertained throughout, the cast were fantastic, found footage made much more sense than in most serious horror movies, and it had plenty of laughs for those of us familiar with the type of show/experience they're parodying.
It's not a block buster type movie, not made for pleasing the masses but it had that very unusual, unexpected gem quality about it. The kind of unheard of, under rated movie that comes along and happily surprises you.
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