ByJanna Dk MacDonald-Walsh, writer at
Both known and forgotten horror films of the 20th Century
Janna Dk MacDonald-Walsh

Am I the only who getting just a little a bit tired of camera viewed films that have been coming out the last little bit? I mean don't get me wrong, I think it's a different approach to movie making, and it's not even that I hate it. I do think, however, it's something that directors should so rarely that it will makes people want to see it, when it actually does come out. Anyway this film is about a teenage boy named David (Jonny Weston), who wants to go to MIT, but didn't win nearly enough in scholarships to cover first year tuition. While in the attic one day, David and his sister Chris find a video camera with David's 7th birthday on it, which was the same day their father died. On the tape they realize that present day David is in the footage as well, with eventually leads him, Chris, and David's friends Adam and Quinn to discover a project David's father was working on before he died. They figure out that what he was working on was a time-machine, which through I a series of trial and error, begins to work. When a girl that David has a crush on, named Jessie, comes in they start to have a bit of fun with with the machine. What eventually happens is a series of unfortunate events that happens because of the constant time-traveling. The film is really good, and actually addresses some of the problems that might be associated with time travel, which is every decision has a consequence, and that consequence could be bad or good. The camera work is a little more shaky than it should have been, which leads me to think the film would have been much better if it had been shot from a third person perspective. Great film, check it out! See ya next week.


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