WraithApe’s review published on Letterboxd:
Crappy found footage movie, allegedly based on true events (read: uses a newspaper story as an excuse to make an exploitative bit of tat masquerading as a warning about the dangers of the internet). Using various sources, such as chat room logs, video diaries and news footage, the last few days of two missing girls, Megan and her friend Amy, are pieced together. This makes for a series of tedious insights into the teenagers' lives, like watching an endless Omegle stream, before the film delivers its horror 'payload' in the last 20 minutes - disturbing footage 'recovered' from the missing girl's video camera. Half of the footage is basically of a man digging a hole. If only he'd thrown in all traces of this movie when he'd finished it.