Just saw this at the opening of the Leeds International Film Festival and director Marc Evans introduced the film as an "experiment in the unpleasant" which sums it up perfectly. My Little Eye does for reality TV shows what the Blair Witch Project did for woodland. Five people answer an internet ad for a reality based webcast, the nutshell: spend six months in a creepy mansion in the frozen wilds of Canada being filmed 24hrs a day and if no-one leaves the house the 'contestants' get to share $1million between them. Just as in the Blair Witch strange things start to occur and the less macho members of the group start to feel all is not well but the others - with both eyes firmly on the million dollars - persuade them not to leave saying that "the game is just [email protected] with them". Filmed on video from the point of view of the cameras in the house My Little Eye manages some great 'jump out your seat' scares and uses a creepy soundtrack (what Marilyn Manson should have done for Resident Evil) to great effect. At the start of the film you 'log on' to the site and throughout modem dial-ups, hard drive hums and system beeps help crank up the tension. My Little Eye also features a cracking sex scene with a belter of a song, featuring some filthy lyrics, which I must find to play in the car. Grainy night vision cameras also add to the chill-factor creating some nasty visual imagery and the end product is a good little film which will find its way into my DVD collection eventually (can't wait for those surround effects) and shows what is possible with a budget of just $2m. If you liked the Blair Witch you'll love this!