- Engaging atmosphere, as soon as you enter the apartment you feel claustrophobic and tense
- Enjoyed the storyline (hidden tapes that showcase the serial killer preying on his victims, etc)
- Has the aesthetic of 'Deppart' and 'Unrecord' with the camera/bodycam element.
- Perhaps it was just me, but had a hard time trying to see what the polaroid picture was in the desk. At first I didn't realise it was the picture, thought there was writing in the polaroid but couldn't zoom the camera in whilst I had the picture selected.
- A few grammatical errors with the newspaper article
- Standard head-sway setting seemed a little 'floaty'
Overall, thought this was a great indie horror experience, combining realistic situations with ethereal elements. My take away was that the victim's spirit was trying to warn the police officer, and would like to see this expanded in a future iteration - also a breath of fresh air to see a benevolent spirit instead of a malevolent one, if that was indeed the case!