The movie kicks start as a documentary-like feature almost seemingly based on a genuine incident which makes the movie a little more realistic. The main character comes across as being phoney in his role as a ‘holy man’ with a few jokes thrown in every now and then. This adds on to form a convincing storyline, keeping audience captivated early in the show.
The movie builds as the main character becomes seemingly more aware of his disbeliefs and the ‘horror’ takes off to a good start. This build-up does make the twist at the end more startling and unforeseen, though it slowly dies down with a rather abrupt ending. This movie is comparable to the ‘Blair Witch Project’ and one that you might want to waste an hour or two on if you haven’t anything else better to do.