n a case of 'if it ain't broke....' the makers have gone for another missing person case, where the PI's sift through various disturbing tapes...
The first story is the best, a man gets a computerised eye, but he sees more than he should. This really sets the bar for the rest of the film. It's full of jump scares, and the fact that its from his point of view, makes it all the more tense. It's the same shock tactics they use in all the Paranormal Conjuring movies, but because the story is so short, it doesn't have the quiet moments that hinder those movies.
The second story is about a guy who has a camera strapped to his head, gets bit by a 'zombie' and then we see him from his POV turn, and then we follow his every move. It's refreshing to have slow zombies back, and it's pretty bittersweet too.
The third story is pretty random, about some sort of spa, where people are brainwashed and they slaughter expectant mothers. It's not scary, but the violence shown here is pretty shocking and quite authentic, but then the big goat man ruins it all. Still pretty bizarre to be boring.
The final story slows the film down and is the weakest of the lot. Here we have doggy cam during an alien abduction. It's loud, messy, and really difficult to watch, as the camera is shaking all the time. If you are an animal lover, Take heed.
All in all, it's a welcome entry into the anthology sub genre. The first two stories, brilliant. The third, bonkers, but okay, the fourth, just too irritating.
The finale to the wrap around story, has a nice ending too.
Looking forward to the third movie..