Most found footage movies made by well known directors tend to be mediocre at best due to the director failing to understand how to make a found footage movie. However, The Dyatlov Pass Incident kicks the trend by having the director of Die Hard 2 and Cliffhanger, Renny Harlin, make a movie not only with a interesting and well carried out premise, but understands the rules of found footage and film-making enough to not be bland. While this movie is nothing like the low key, realistic efforts like "The Blair Witch" and its many imitations; the visuals are extremely high budget and unexpected for a movie of its genre. This is a FF movie more people can enjoy than just its already garnered target audience. This movie offers plenty of chills, thrills and action to be an overall satisfying SCI-FI Horror that resembles it's rarer high profile others such as "Cloverfield" and "Grave Encounters", while not necessarily eliminating any further audience demographics. I recommend this to those who enjoy sci fi, horror, and found footage movies. The only way you'd hate this movie is if the plot does not intrigue you, or you are offended by the movie taking it's own spin on a real life event. However, the movie does not disrespect those involved, just offers a theory in a form of entertainment.