Brought together for a secretive reality show, a group of contestants learns they're competing in a show about the effects of isolation and psyche about the human mind, and once they've come together to begin the show find themselves subjected to something far more dangerous than they expected.
Overall, there's not a whole lot to like here. The only real positive this one manages to come out with is the statement about the current state of reality TV by having obnoxious people doing nothing interesting in front of cameras for people to watch. The simplistic approach, keeping them in a simple undecorated room with the leaders running everything with a deadly smirk behind everything as they keep the sinister motivations of everything starts everything off with an intriguing note. The very fact that this is kept a secret not only from the audience but the participants as well speaks to the modern state of how the concept of everything's put together and distributed to the public. That, though, is such a small part of the film as very little else works here. With no idea of what the purpose behind the group being contained and filmed is supposed to represent, the fact that the majority of the film's unwieldy running time is spent on random, unrecognizable figures running through the same motions of screaming at themselves or the cameras watching as to what's the point of it all becomes repetitive and jarring. None of it has any impact with no point or purpose at all, there's little to say about the fact that so much of it becomes a blur due to running nearly two hours with everyone doing the same thing and there's no payoff to what's being experienced rendering it all an exercise in futility. These here really drop this one down considerably.
Rated Unrated/R: Graphic Violence and Graphic Language.