Scathing, not exactly subtle satire. While most of the events, as soon as they begin to take shape, don't come as a surprise, the overall composition is fresh and coherent. A lot of great performances.
It's not the worst offender of recent exorcism films, but it's getting close. The script is predictable, and the whole thing just never really gets off the ground.
Calling this a student film would be doing a disservice to students. The only redeeming feature was the design of the puppets, but even that got old after a short while.
I should stop watching creepy doll films, but it seems they're hard to avoid these days. This one is very much run of the mill. Its only saving grace was the use of a Grand Design from a few years ago, which was the most exciting thing about the whole film. I'd have much rather watched two episodes of Grand Designs instead, to be honest.