Right off the bat, most of the acting in this is bad. When the minsters enter the plot, they carry a decent weight of serviceable acting and at times, even the main actors step up, but their performances are very uneven - the scene where the drug addict berates himself is great, but his banter at the beginning is forced and unrealistic.
The jump scares, once the action starts, are great, but then they quickly becoming overused and predictable.
The problem with this found footage flick is that it sometimes forgets it is one. Sure, the footage shakes, the atmosphere is dark, the film has its requisite jump cuts and demonic interference, but angles often don't make sense (the body cam on the skinwalker is on his shoulder, but when only his face looks through the crack in the door, that's what his body cam shows, things like that). There's a music score purely for the aid of jump scares and it serves no purpose other than to force the mood on you, or in most cases, fake you out.
Without giving away the ending, the villain(s) responsible for all this probably wouldn't want the footage out there at all, so the fact that it even exists breaks the rules of logic.
The premise and set up are intriguing, the buildup of the story at the beginning works, while the acting often doesn't. The special effects are uneven, sometimes great, other times as if the budget ran out.
By the time the end credits were rolling, I felt a little empty.