Not a film I was familiar with, I was tempted to part with my hard earned money purely by the lenticular cover, which fooled me into thinking that it might just be a really good film.
For the first half hour or so it looked promising and I began to think I had discovered something special, even though I'm not a particular fan of these 'found footage' films. Personally, I think they've kind of been done to death and are the equivalent of the early 80's slasher genre. Shaky camera work is usually very annoying after a while and with this film there was also the added frustration of supposed electrical disturbances affecting the cameras. Once or twice was okay, but then it just became irritating.
As for the actual 'story', I got pretty lost and confused after a while. So, the son was abducted by aliens...right? But why did he keep re-appearing in some kind of loop? What about the giant, (mutant?) wolf thing? Or the mysterious vehicles that approached throughout the film, which then drove off? Who were they? It's all very well basing a film on strange, unexplained 'real life' stories, but to use that as an excuse for being vague is not good enough. To me it all just seemed a little random and not particularly thought out, which is a shame because it often looked good and also had a moments of real creepiness. The acting was reasonable, although I did find the guy who played the father to be a little unconvincing at times, or overly dramatic. Possibly more the fault of the director, although it's possible he was the director, because the director appeared in the film as one of the characters. To be honest, I can't be bothered checking if it was the guy who played the father.
I wouldn't recommend buying this film, unless you're a big fan of 'found footage' movies, although for the life of me, I cannot understand why they seem to be so popular.