Yeah I wouldn't quite call it a movie. Idk what you would call it, but the entire time I was rather distracted by the shakiness of it. Whether you manually stabilize your recordings or do it afterwards, it could make things much smoother and more capturing. The place does seem very cool, but if you really want to catch people you might want to make it more suspenseful. Ie: only do slo-mo exterior shots that fade into each other until the music drops, then go interior and flick from clip to clip. When the music is at its peak try to include only the most interesting clips; there was one towards the end whose subject was a person, yet the person was entirely blurred out. While I totally understand why they're blurred out, I don't see why it's still worth it to include that clip if the subject is unable to be seen. In my mind, if you did those things it would be much better. In its current state it was still interesting to see, though. Thanks for sharing!