Justin and Aaron. Benson and Moorhead. Their film, which has earned average scores of four and a half out of five from critics of widely differing origins and credos, takes place in the small corner yard of a house in Los Angeles. Where things happen. Normal? In a film written, directed, produced, soundtracked and performed by the makers of Syncronic (2019)? Nothing's ever normal. Everything's always paranormal. They play two neighbours down on their luck who decide to make a few bucks by recording the paranormal events at the house. And as Benson and Moorhead film and film and film again (with mobiles, drones and other unidentified objects), it's all there. In a format, a medium, dimensions that are mind-boggling.