This isn’t a new film, but it doesn’t seem to have had the widest of releases.
I myself saw it a few weeks ago at the excellent Southend-on-Sea horror film festival, Horror-on-Sea. In the one day I attended of the three-day celebration of scary films (both short and feature-length) this was the standout gem as far as I was concerned.
It’s a British film, which is always nice to see when a home-grown offering really impresses. And it’s also a hybrid-found-footage film, melding standard found-footage with third-person shooting — which might seem strange, given some of my previous pronouncements on found-footage.
But when it’s good, it’s good.