Synopsis: The Quintanilla family was found murdered in their countryside house, where they had traveled for vacation. Police reported the existence of 37 hours of recorded evidence, filmed by the siblings as they investigated about the Legend of the Girl in the Garraf woods with their video cameras. It also shows the strange situations that they lived in those moments which remain unexplained.
Yet another found footage film, this one from Spain. It's sort of a Spanish Blair Witch Project if you will. The location is great as they have an overgrown maze (The Shining) to investigate on their property with a well (The Ring) and the set-up is fine as there are tales and legends of a strange girl and such appearing to lost people. The whole house in the countryside is pretty spooky as well with the good ole creepy basement. But sadly, it just doesn't go anywhere or get used to any affect.
They do run around the maze with video cameras rolling and I kept expecting something scary to happen so the tension was getting built up pretty well, it's just that not much happens the entire movie until about the final 10 minutes. And there's just too much darkness. As they're running through the maze it's mostly darkness and night vision which shows nothing but trees and bushes usually. It just gets sort of boring.
The ending tries to save it with some crazy fun and a decent "twist" of sorts but it's basically a 20 minute movie that's stretched out to 80 minutes as they filled it with night vision shaky-cam footage. It's not a movie to watch when you suffer from motion sickness either as the shaky-camera footage is pretty raw in addition to being overused.
Nice set-up, nice location, decent ideas, good ending... too much boring filler to rate any higher.