This is a short film, about 14 minutes long, very '80's stalker-film/camp film oriented. It's not excellently well done from a technical point of view, and the digital effects aren't exactly state-of-the-art CGI. But there is a feeling of heart behind this that I get and appreciate, and there is an interesting bit of character work that excited me from a storytelling POV, and which I won't go into here, as it is a spoiler for those who might want to brave the raw wilds of indie filmdom.
Suffice it to say that though this isn't a movie that is gonna be making a buzz at Cannes or Sundance, I like it because I actually learned a new trick in writing that I really like. And the music is pretty good too, very cue-y.
It also reinforces the decision made long ago that digital effects are something best used to enhance a practical effect if possible. And to actually hire an artist if you don't know how to draw.
This isn't their first movie. And I hope they make more. I like their stuff.