The first night, a bright light streaks through the sky and a meteor lands in the woods. Matthew and his friend go out to wander the woods and find where it hit. There is a hole in the ground that Matthew sticks his hand into to see what made it. Matthew is an idiot. No good can ever come from this.
Soon after he pulls a mystery blob of what looks like rock from the hole, a creature starts stalking them. They decided not to tell the girls that there is something out there as they don't want them to panic. Because it's so much better to have something dangerous near you that you're totally unaware of, right? Am I right?
Things go from bad to worse as this creature doesn't seem to conform to the same gravity and time that humans do. There is talk that perhaps the creature is Bigfoot since his boss mentioned Bigfoot sightings in the area. But it's ridiculous based on the creatures movements and size.
Most of the video is shot from the point of Matthews eyeball. If you are prone to motion sickness, you'll hate the filmmaker for this. I wish people who shoot point of view videos understood the impact of watching a film that literally makes you feel like you're going to puke. It's only going to make your movie less likable.
Also stop Blair Witching it. We don't need another movie where someone stands there not moving with their back to the camera, while someone tentatively shouts their name. Yes, we get it. Something is terribly wrong.