^ Buuut, this is pretty much what I was gonna say. I guess some people would react like that, but I know personally that in real life I probably wouldn't have been as vocal about it as the guy was when the weird stuff was happening. Sure, I'd be confused at first and a bit creeped out after a while, but the guy kept talking so much it sounded like he was just narrating what was happening half the time, which rubbed me the wrong way a little bit and kept pulling me out of the experience... especially when we could clearly see what was happening on-screen and yet the guy was still commenting on what was happening. It felt excessive, and his waffling kept spoiling the illusion (for me, anyway) and kept reminding me it was a fan film, and not something that actually happened (which was the point and what would have made it scary). Maybe they should have taken a leaf out of the creator of Marble Hornets' book... if you watch any of the Entries, you'll notice the guy in that doesn't talk excessively and tends to let the images shown speak for themselves, and I know that at least for me, the Marble Hornets Entries are a lot more convincing (in terms of whether they could be real or not, since in both instances, the videos are scarier the more real they appear).I guess it was a good idea. It wasn't scary and it was a bit boring. The guy kept over acting, seriously who the hell gets so freaked out over a game? He sees things and gets so panicked and so scared over a damn game. I would just laugh at how dumb it is and think it was modded. Seriously who cares? It was free. I don't know I guess it was a good watch. The story was better IMO. It was creepy.