The humour wears thin due to puerility and the editor needed reining in, but some of the comedy is surprisingly well timed.
It's pure pantomime and about a decade too late, but with the lights down and sound up there's fun to be had.
Cliches abound, as does overkill, while the characters are irritating. And yet, a wound-up tension is impressed without noticing.
Found footage is a tricky subgenre to add an original concept to and Skew makes a good attempt. But it's not enough.
There is probably a good film hidden somewhere in here, but the entire experience feels like a waste of time.
On the whole achieves its aim of imitating amateur home video, as director Dominic Perez steers the ship to a solid finale.