A perfect introduction to the genre, accessible enough to reel folk in. The rest of us will go giddy counting the references.
Effectively creates tension to complement an overall creepiness, to deliver a climax that keeps the viewer in the dark.
The raison d'être is ludicrous and sewn up in minutes, but the cast is very good, as is the cinematography and symbolism.
Believes itself brutal, when in reality a small number of strong images are tied loosely together with a basic story.
A mixed bag and too ambitious for so early in a career, however Guillem Morales should be noted for the future.
A great example of how the first-person horror subgenre works its magic, but it also highlights some of its core flaws.