An old abandoned hospital is investigated by a reality television team of paranormal investigators.
This is the plot for Grave Encounters (2011), a not bad entry into the shaky cam/found footage subgenre. It has a few moments of interest but most of the time it's like watching the boring corridor investigations from a Silent Hill game with people saying WTF every two seconds.
The characters are well drawn at the beginning as likable cheap media jerks but all notions of characterisation are thrown out of the window when the inevitable begins to happen.
REC it is not but it's more entertaining than Paranormal Inactivity.
If only this could really happen to Derek Acorah.
The above plot description is the same for Episode 50 (also 2011).
This one only flirts with the shaky cam from time to time.
It has some gleefully awful performances in it.
Not quite up to the standards of The Room (2003) it's not quite bad enough to be so bad it's good but with a bit more effort it could have made it.
As it's probable that the film makers are the sort of people who might read this my advice is re-edit the film, make the most of the awfulness.
Ramp it up to the point of parody and you could have a hit on re-release.
If Paranormal Activity can be fluffed into a hit this almost awful film could be made into a work of trashy fun you could really be proud of.
Impossible to grade this one as it's either a bad film on the verge of great awfulness or an okayish film that's gone a bit amateur hour.