Hey look, it's a horror movie I didn't hate. I mean I didn't like it especially much, but that's rare enough on it's own when your movie watching is the equivalent of a garbage disposal system.
The IMDB synopsis is pretty unhelpful, so I'll get you up to speed myself. Probably massive spoilers follow because I have no filter.
A couple decides to move to the middle of nowhere because they have artistic aspirations. This eventually becomes an issue when they start arguing about how they left perfectly good jobs so the guy can make a stupid documentary or whatever. At the same time they find weird sculptures around their property and adjacent areas, eventually realizing they are the work for an artist that's a bit of a underground sensation. Unfortunately he's well known for the fact that everyone who buys his sculptures has terrible shit happen to them.
The movie is basically about solving the mystery of this artist and his creations, via the medium of found footage.
Mostly but the numbers for the first half, it turns into some serious what-the-fuck territory in the latter half. Don't watch this while high or tired, it's pretty nightmarish. The movie as adequate at most things, managing some creepy moments here and there by actually utilizing the whole handheld camera aesthetic. The couple is kinda irritating, but what horror movie couple isn't. I wasn't gnashing my teeth while watching it so it must not have been too bad.
The ending...well... I don't know what to say about the ending. It wasn't disappointing exactly, but it was so convoluted and messy that I'm not sure what the hell supposedly happened. It kinda tries to throw a twist at you but it's all very confusing and open to interpretation. Feels like they tacked on some wtf-ness to make it more interesting, but I don't think they landed it.
2 out of 5 creepy-ass branch sculptures (I'd say 2 and a half, but I don't like decimals)