i'm not giving this five stars because Eli died. i'm giving it five stars because it's a masterpiece of mental illness and loneliness. this may be the peak example of no-budget filmmaking. the ending is deeply moving. i'm only sorry that i didn't see it sooner and get to tell him how amazing i think it is.
horror movies don't have to be technologically accurate when they're this fucking scary. i don't think you could make a film about the internet age any more frightening than this one. the late Eli Hayes saw the merit here and gave it a 4.5. if it's good enough for him, it's good enough for me.