This film is brought found footage film-making to mainstream media, delivering a very engrossing plot, tense situations, and a constant feeling of separation anxiety and the feeling of not being alone. This film is all about human imagination, these kids are hunted by someone or something that is never shown on camera, leaving your subconscious to kick in, letting you imagine what is hunting them and what is causing them to be in such a state of terror, this movie thrives on imagination, not on blood and gore. This film is one of the creepiest films around, and even though I really did enjoy this film, it has it's flaws. The problem that not only I experienced but many others experiences was the fact that this film didn't take off until about 20 to 30 minutes in. It was still very gripping and I was interested but I was kind of bored for a few minutes, but that was all build up and I understand. This is a film I would recommend to horror movie goers who don't want gore and jump scares, this is a great psychological thriller/horror film. Parents should be aware that this film is creepy to a realistic degree, there isn't any gore (some blood, but briefly shown and not too graphic), but this film is very effective in what it sets out to do, relying on noises and the fear of the unknown, it will scare younger children, teens and tweens may be okay with the content. This film also is very heavy on language, pervasive language throughout this entire film. Really really really well made horror film.