I feel like I shouldn’t have enjoyed this film as much as I did. It’s ridiculous and although the acting isn’t always great (which can be expected from a low budget film such as this), it’s good enough to be entertaining. Watching the characters become more obsessed and crazy over time was a lot of fun, especially as they start sounding more medieval. The actors probably had a great time delivering that dialogue and it genuinely made me laugh a few times.
It’s also worth mentioning that the editing during the hallucination scenes was interesting. It did a good job showing the characters’ warped reality and used some cool effects. On a technical level, it did a good job overall and did better than I expected it would, with only a couple of problems with audio that weren’t too noticeable and didn’t affect my enjoyment of the film. Furthermore, I wasn’t sure if I liked the ending at first and thought that it could have been more eventful, but after some thought I decided it’s good the way it is as it isn’t too over-the-top. Ultimately this is an entertaining film that doesn’t take itself too seriously and is more enjoyable because of that. It’s a short, fun watch that doesn’t drag on for longer than it needs to.