Just got home from seeing this. As one would expect, this film is not for those who dislike shaky cam, although it does it much better than most found footage films, and luckily it's a relatively short film. It's a high-paced, rollercoaster ride featuring some of the heaviest violence I've seen in a movie ever, and it does a really great job at capturing the FPS feel, highly reminiscent of video games like Half-Life or Call of Duty. While the plot was nothing special in particular, there was a twist or two, as well as a few sci-fi concepts that I thought were brilliantly executed. One thing I certainly wasn't expecting from this film was the humor, which there was plenty of, and it worked very well to the film's advantage.
Alright, and now for a few spoilers:
The kid in the first shot of the film is the one from Zoolander 2. That's all I could think of, lol.
Jimmy is easily the most enjoyable part of the film. He's charismatic, funny, and the actor playing him is incredibly versatile. When he first died, I was disappointed because I wanted to see more of him, but then he kept coming back and kept dying. He remains a mysterious, comic relief until you realize how closely tied to the plot he is, and then you really start to feel for him. I thought the idea of a wheelchair bound scientist that creates multiple biological avatars for himself was extremely clever, and I enjoyed every minute he was on screen.
I totally called it when I said the wife would pull a Total Recall and reveal herself to be working for the bad guys all along. It works for the film, and she gets what's coming to her.