Marred by glaring technical issues, severely bad pacing and a total lack of focus. It’s like they totally forgot the audience existed. Even with my connection to the area that it’s set I still found myself desperately uninterested. It was like The Last Broadcast (1998) – which in itself wasn’t great – but it comes 20 years later when they really should be able to make it better. This is more of a documentary about nothing than an actual film. Potential… I guess the underlying folklore is interesting if you are interested in folklore history. Also, the drone music is good for drone music. Maybe there is a niche audience that I don’t know of! Sorry but I found it unwatchable and I gave it a good go.