It's one of these "found footage" kinds of movies like Cloverfield and Apollo 18. But unlike Apollo 18, it doesn't suck ass, and unlike Cloverfield, it feels more like a traditional movie - no shaky camera induced vertigo. Basically it goes like this. Downtrodden loner teenager gets a nice handycam. He starts recording everything in his life, his sick mother, his abusive father, and his daily routine around school including getting bullied. His cousin is pretty much his only friend. While at a party, the kid, his cousin, and the charismatic guy who is running for class president gain telekinetic powers from some glowy crystal thing they find underground. The powers grow and grow, angsty kid becomes really powerful and corrupt, shit gets real, and the movie ends. Not a fantastic, game changing movie or anything, but it's pretty well done. It's not very long either, so you're not kept waiting for things to happen which is nice. I've been seeing far too many movies that are 40 minutes longer than they needed to be.