Let's get this out of way: for the budget, the cast does some ok acting with what they are given and don't seem phony in the quasi-documentary style of the film. Everything else here is obnoxious, meandering, and doesn't deliver in any dramatic way whatsoever. Other than the 'horror' of drug use destroying lives (the film even manages to deliver this angle with apathetic blandness), there is nothing remotely frightening or suspenseful. A disappointing affair that seems like someone found a couple of hours of themselves partying on their smartphone, wondered how they could use it for a movie, tacked on some vague voice over about the gates to hell in the last 15 minutes, and called it a horror film. Obviously, if I watched it I'm willing to give indie movies a shot, but this was an awful 90 minutes.